Britain must rethink its unfair and outdated planning system.
Buying enquiries from China for residential property in the UK more than tripled in the first half of this year, with Manchester, Liverpool, Birmingham and Edinburgh experiencing the highest growth.
Speaking at a New Statesman Labour fringe, the Shadow Housing Secretary spoke about how housing associations can reconnect with their social purpose.
Can innovation solve the housing shortage? A panel at Labour Party conference explores the challenges facing the industry.
Local communities must be at the centre of the planning decsisions which affect them.
The Land Registry's Chief Executive and Chief Registrar explains how housebuying's most integral government service is changing.
The former head of the Civil Service and the Homes and Communities Agency explains why the housing crisis is “fertile ground” for extremist politics.
Modular homes are built off-site, enabling quick and fuss-free construction. Are they the answer to Britain’s housing needs?
The former leader of the Labour Party explains why the housing crisis has reached a decisive point.
A first look at this week's issue of Spotlight, free with the New Statesman.