Through the keyhole
By Rebecca Tunstall - 08 March 12:07
If we're to move away from using housing benefit to prop up a dysfunctional housing market, we desperately need to think much more carefully about rent levels and wages, writes Rebecca Tunstall.
By Mark Gaterell - 07 March 03:44
The need for 'low impact building', through both 'retrofitting' older properties with new technologies and new builds, is urgent.
By Jeremy Messenger - 07 March 02:19
Renting in the private sector means an omnipresent lack of stability, the invasion of privacy and the constant threat of being moved on.
By Alex Hern - 07 March 09:54
"A typical squatter is middle-class, web-savvy, legally minded, university-educated and, most importantly, society-hating," said Mike Weatherley.
By VMC Rosario - 07 March 07:51
Give people a driving seat in housing investment, writes VMC Rozario.
By Alex Andreou - 06 March 12:50
I was homeless from 3 January 2009 to 27 April 2010, and I can tell you - poverty is another country. You have either lived there or you have not.
By Simon Parkin - 06 March 09:57
When Simon Parkin's grandfather moved into a nursing home, his grandmother was left alone in her cold house. Who has it worse, he wonders?
By Declan Gaffney - 06 March 08:43
It's not greed, it's not fraud, it's just more people needing help to live their lives, writes Declan Gaffney.
By Helen Goodman - 05 March 04:16
Left with just £18 for food after the bedroom tax, my constituents, like me, will have nothing to eat by the end of the week.
By Alex Hern - 05 March 04:03
"In one London borough almost half of ex-council properties are now sub-let to tenants."