Pocket Living will build 153 compact homes, with the aim of being up to 100 per cent affordable.
Court of Appeal squashes legal challenge to leasehold costs
The government should stop selling off land, and start building homes that are actually affordable, says think tank.
The New Statesman hosted a group of experts to discuss the challenges and opportunities associated with the UK construction sector.
Toby Lloyd, head of housing development at Shelter, explains how the housebuilding system is failing homeowners, and its effect on the wider market.
The shadow housing minister talks to Augusta Riddy about Britain’s “broken” housing market, and his plan to fix it.
The housing sector has fallen short of an acceptable standard for too long and many people are suffering as a result, writes Laura Pidcock MP.
Sadie Morgan, co-founder of dRMM Architects, talks about her appointment to an elite taskforce by the Mayor of London, to deliver new sustainable neighbourhoods.
In seven years, the Conservatives have failed on housing – it’s up to Labour to give middle Britain hope again, writes John Healey MP.
Leaving the European Union will force the UK to address its house building industry’s skills gap, says Jane Duncan, president of the Royal Institute of British Architects.