Over the last couple of weeks I’ve spent a few days covering shifts on the news desk at Inside Housing magazine, where, amongst other things, I wrote an analysis of the future of government housing investment, which the design team illustrated absolutely beautifully.
Successive governments have invested in housing benefit rather than directly in new homes. A new report out this week makes a compelling economic case for capital investment in social housing. Sarah Graham finds out more.
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Other articles published:
- Housing costs reach £133 billion a year
- Social housing projects on hold as firm goes into administration
- New ‘super council’ could boost housing
- Planning inspector rejects local plan
- London council set to scrap ALMO
- Reduction of 31 ALMOs in five years
- Report values landlords’ health outcomes for tenants
- Westminster council considers building homes outside London
- Housebuilding increases in Wales
- House prices ‘set to rise 25% in five years’
- Contractors for £100m framework announced
- Lords committee membership announced
- VAT ruling ‘could cost landlords tens of millions’