By Lynsey Hanley - 06 March 10:25
The sad disappearance of the British “average neighbourhood”.
By David Lammy - 27 February 11:02
Too many essential workers are being priced out of the capital. Rent controls could address the uncertainty and unaffordability they face.
By Rhiannon and Holly - 19 February 11:04
It’s no secret that, as far as the housing market goes, the millennial generation have been (and this is the technical term) royally screwed over.
By John Healey - 31 January 02:05
The great council housing boom of the post-war years was only achieved by public investment. The same action is needed now.
By Tom Copley - 14 January 04:23
The government should ban private landlords from buying former council housing and abolish discounts on the properties.
By Helen Barnard - 08 January 11:17
Parties also need to reduce childcare and housing costs, improve the quality of part-time jobs and create better progression routes for low paid workers.
By George Eaton - 02 January 08:41
While the PM hails figures showing 750 homes have already been bought under the scheme, Labour remains focused on increasing building from its post-war low.
By George Eaton - 16 December 09:06
How Labour plans to meet its target of 200,000 new homes a year by 2020, including "use it or lose it" powers to tackle land hoarding and a "right to grow" for councils.
By George Eaton - 14 December 09:37
Homelessness has now risen by 34% since 2010, with measures including the benefit cap and the bedroom tax blamed by the Joseph Rowntree Foundation and Crisis.
By Nida Broughton - 22 November 11:05
London is set to see the highest growth in households, but only around 5% of new builds were in this area.