The sale of new-build homes under leasehold could be banned under new Government proposals which it says will create a 'transparent system for homebuyers.'
Over 40,000 tenants were evicted from their homes by landlords in 2015, the highest level of evictions on record, independent think tank says.
A survey reveals a 'shocking' failure by many councils to provide housing for older people, its authors claim.
Local authorities will now be able to access expert house building advice easily, as a new Housing Advisers Programme is unveiled.
High house prices are preventing a generation of people from having children and risk contributing to a ‘demographic time bomb’, think tank warns.
London’s mayor yesterday announced a deal to build nearly 50,000 affordable homes to rent and buy over the next four years.
The Government should create a new housing fund to deliver at least 40,000 new homes annually, an independent think tank proposes.
An ageing population, fragmented families and housing affordability are among the challenges the local government sector will face over the next two decades, report says.
The private sector needs to gain the trust of local authorities in order to solve the housing crisis, the head of a London-based property developer has said.
Nearly one in three houses that have been given the go ahead never get built, according to homelessness campaigners.