HOUSING

Leaseholders take cladding fight to parliament to demand action over unsafe homes
Housing

Leaseholders take cladding fight to parliament to demand action over unsafe homes

Residents caught up in the building safety crisis protested in Westminster to urge new housing secretary Michael Gove to act on the huge costs of fixing homes

Housing secretary Robert Jenrick sacked in cabinet reshuffle
Politics

Housing secretary Robert Jenrick sacked in cabinet reshuffle

Westminster will get a fourth housing secretary in as many years as Michael Gove replaces Robert Jenrick in Boris Johnson’s cabinet reshuffle

Cladding group blasts government ‘magic money tree’ over £8.6bn homes fund
Housing

Cladding group blasts government ‘magic money tree’ over £8.6bn homes fund

Leaseholders facing huge bills feel neglected and warn the government’s plan to build 120,000 affordable homes risks rewarding developers caught up in the building safety crisis.

‘Draughty and inefficient’ homes are worse for climate than cars
Environment

‘Draughty and inefficient’ homes are worse for climate than cars

Leaseholders take cladding fight to London’s ‘sky pool’
Housing

Leaseholders take cladding fight to London’s ‘sky pool’

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Can Britain’s empty homes shelter refugees from Afghanistan?
Housing

Can Britain’s empty homes shelter refugees from Afghanistan?

Government risks pushing households into homelessness, campaigners warn
Housing

Government risks pushing households into homelessness, campaigners warn

Why we need to change the narrative for social housing
Opinion

Why we need to change the narrative for social housing

Housing developers need to start designing for life
Opinion

Housing developers need to start designing for life

Have residents solved the building safety crisis with the Polluter Pays Bill?
Environment

Have residents solved the building safety crisis with the Polluter Pays Bill?

How the building safety scandal feeds Britain’s housing crisis
Housing

How the building safety scandal feeds Britain’s housing crisis

The Building Safety Bill is clearly unjust if it can’t protect leaseholders
Opinion

The Building Safety Bill is clearly unjust if it can’t protect leaseholders

‘Developers must pay!’ Cladding campaigners launch Downing Street protest
Housing

‘Developers must pay!’ Cladding campaigners launch Downing Street protest

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Building Safety Bill ‘won’t stop leaseholders being financially crippled’
Housing

Building Safety Bill ‘won’t stop leaseholders being financially crippled’

The holiday’s over, but who are the stamp duty winners and losers?
Housing

The holiday’s over, but who are the stamp duty winners and losers?

‘Every time I buy a coffee I think I should be saving for my cladding bill’
Housing

‘Every time I buy a coffee I think I should be saving for my cladding bill’

‘The plan was this is where I would live for life’
Housing

‘The plan was this is where I would live for life’

‘I feel like the government is trying to kill me at work and at home’
Housing

‘I feel like the government is trying to kill me at work and at home’

‘My children heard me say, I can’t get out of the building’
Housing

‘My children heard me say, I can’t get out of the building’

Grenfell: Ending the cladding crisis could take until 2043, warns Labour
Housing

Grenfell: Ending the cladding crisis could take until 2043, warns Labour

Government pledges 200 homes for rough sleepers
Housing

Government pledges 200 homes for rough sleepers

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Homeless in Cornwall back on the streets to ‘make room for G7 summit’
Housing

Homeless in Cornwall back on the streets to ‘make room for G7 summit’

Leaseholders to hold cladding crisis protests around the UK this weekend
Housing

Leaseholders to hold cladding crisis protests around the UK this weekend

‘They knew about this’: Residents’ fury at New Providence Wharf fire findings
Housing

‘They knew about this’: Residents’ fury at New Providence Wharf fire findings

Removal of Covid eviction ban could cause ‘tsunami’ of homelessness
Housing

Removal of Covid eviction ban could cause ‘tsunami’ of homelessness

Thousands to receive extra housing support as eviction ban ends
Housing

Thousands to receive extra housing support as eviction ban ends

How house flipping pushes affordable properties out of reach for low earners
Housing

How house flipping pushes affordable properties out of reach for low earners

One in three adults in Britain ‘do not have a safe or secure home’
Housing

One in three adults in Britain ‘do not have a safe or secure home’

Government has one year to fix Grenfell cladding scandal, says Labour
Housing

Government has one year to fix Grenfell cladding scandal, says Labour

‘Ministers are failing us’ say campaigners as London flats go up in flames
Housing

‘Ministers are failing us’ say campaigners as London flats go up in flames

Fire Safety Bill explained: Will the proposals prevent another Grenfell?
Housing

Fire Safety Bill explained: Will the proposals prevent another Grenfell?

Ministers promised to ban no fault evictions in 2019. So why haven’t they?
Opinion

Ministers promised to ban no fault evictions in 2019. So why haven’t they?

DWP gives work coaches more resources to help the homeless
Housing

DWP gives work coaches more resources to help the homeless