Mike Brogan

Fast track planning? More like a planning pile-up

18/03/2016

Mike Brogan examines some of the challenges councils are facing under proposals to reform the planning application process

Are Starter Homes a non-starter?

02/02/2016

Mike Brogan warns that the government's Starter Homes policy could exacerbate the housing crisis.

Cameron’s 106 reform: What it means for local authorities

06/11/2015

Mike Brogan gives his view on David Cameron’s recent announcement about Section 106 reforms and the implications for local authorities.

Turning Registered Providers into public organisations

02/10/2015

Mike Brogan looks at the current pressure on Registered Providers to become more efficient and what the sector needs to do in order to achieve this.

CIH 2015: The themes, the attendees, the outcomes

15/07/2015

Mike Brogan rounds up the some of the key points from the CIH Housing conference.

Can the Conservatives make Britain fair again?

03/06/2015

Mike Brogan explores what impact the new Conservative Government will have on the employment and housing sector

The devolution of Manchester

26/11/2014

Mike Brogan exmaines the impact of the Chancellor's 'northern powerhouse'

Right to Move or Wrong?

12/11/2014

Mike Brogan examines some of the challenges facing the Right to Move programme

Credit where credit’s due

22/08/2014

What does the Small Business, Enterprise and Employment Bill mean for contracting authorities?

Finding the lost generation

01/07/2014

This generation of NEETs is by no means los but the time is now to dust off our compasses and guide them to a promising career and secure future.

A prescription short of a remedy

28/04/2014

Why Sir Terry Farrell's pending review is far from a silver bullet for the UK’s built environment.

Rising Damp: Raising Standards

13/02/2014

Why councils should provide better support for registered housing providers.

Confidence From the Continent

31/01/2014

With the waiting list for social housing sitting at two million, is finance the only route to housing delivery?

Key Learnings from 2013

08/01/2014

What did the housing and energy markets learn in 2013 and what can we expect from the year ahead?

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