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Scottish private tenants still unaware of their new tenancy rights five years on

RentBetter research released today by Indigo House shows that groundbreaking private tenancy reform in Scotland...

Safe, Secure and Affordable: A Renters’ Blueprint for Reform

A diverse coalition of organisations have come together as the Renters’ Reform Coalition to offer...

2022: entering a new phase for the Nationwide Foundation’s strategy

The Nationwide Foundation has begun phase three of its Decent Affordable Homes strategy. Decent Affordable...

Natalie Tate: Talking about housing: let’s get this conversation started

News stories about housing are all around us. Whether directly or indirectly, we read and...

New programme manager joins Nationwide Foundation to lead its private rented sector programme

The Nationwide Foundation has announced the recruitment of a new manager for its Transforming the...

A limited time offer for Rishi Sunak

“While he has few easy options, renewing the Community Housing Fund would be popular, would...

12,000 community-led homes hang in the balance ahead of October spending review, reveals new report

Research launched today by the Community Land Trust Network has found that over 12,000 community-led...

Jonathan Lewis: Planning reform must increase, not hinder, the supply of genuinely affordable homes.

The government’s Planning Bill is expected to offer an al a carte menu, but if...

Leigh Pearce: Affordable housing must be at the heart of the Government’s legislative agenda

In May 2021, the Queen’s Speech provided an opportunity for ministers to put affordable housing...

Review into private rented sector raises concerns for lower-income renters

A blend of issues, including reduced investment in social housing, changes to the benefits system...