A local authority has ordered a developer to demolish two tower blocks for multiple breaches of planning rules. The Royal Borough of Greenwich is taking enforcement action against the Comer Homes Group’s Mast Quay Phase II development in Woolich.
Tenant organisations, trade unions, built environment bodies and energy companies have combined to criticise Prime Minister Rishi Sunak's plans to change some of the UK Government's key green policies, including proposals to water down housing energy efficiency standards and a weakening of targ
The boards of Network Homes and Sovereign Housing Association have formally agreed to merge to form one of the largest housing associations in the country. Set to be created on 1 October 2023, SNG (Sovereign Network Group) will manage more than 82,000 homes serving over 210,000 r
Sanctuary Housing has been ordered to pay over £5,600 in compensation for leaving a resident and her child living in damp and mould for years and then failing to provide proper redress for the situation.
The Housing Ombudsman has found severe maladministration in how Newham Council handled a damp and mould case, taking the local authority more than three years to resolve the issue and repeatedly not keeping the resident updated on repairs. The landlord has now been ordered to pay £5,400 in com
The chief executive of a housing association in England has been ordered to apologise directly to a resident after her noise nuisance complaints were ignored or not acted effectively on for nearly two years.
More than 30 of the UK's largest housing associations have written to ministers to call for more targeted support to protect millions of people expected to struggle with their energy bills this winter.
A local authority in England has been ordered to pay almost £13,000 to a resident after delays in providing disability adaptations meant the resident was forced to undertake them himself. The Housing Ombudsman has found severe maladministration for Waverley Borough Council after it unreas