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The housing and property market is constantly changing, and it can be difficult to keep up. But by staying informed, you can make better decisions for your business and stay ahead of the competition. We've pulled all the latest information together in an easily accessible format.
The Regulator of Social Housing has published the results of its latest quarterly survey of registered providers’ financial health.
Social landlords appear to be heading in the right direction when dealing with complaints about damp and mould.
Housing providers are looking more closely at how we can improve the way we work with our customers.
The Sector Risk Profile shows that providers are grappling with a range of significant external economic pressures.
Social homes have rents pegged to local incomes and provide a truly affordable, secure housing option for people across the country.
Promoting new thinking in how we live in modern cities and towns. Conference to take place 13-16 November 2023.
New law will strengthen powers to tackle failing social landlords and tenants living in unsafe homes will be better supported by the Regulator.
Inside Housing picks out the most interesting housing-related conversations that happened across social media over the past month
The government has a programme of reform to improve the quality of social housing. Each month, progress on our commitments is shared on these pages, as part of our commitment to respond to the tragic death of 2 year old Awaab Ishak.
The National Housing Federation The Social Housing Regulation Act has received Royal Assent officially becoming law. The Act forms a new era of regulation for the social housing sector.
Landlords in England are to be held more accountable, the government has said, as part of social housing reforms three years after the Grenfell fire.
During this opening keynote the regulator of social housing will share an update on all aspects of the changes that are coming, the wider operating context for social landlords, and the steps that they need to be taking to prepare for the new regime.