As diverse as our great Northern counties, our accents and our many names for the humble bread roll, so are our guest bloggers.
Anthony H Wilson famously said: “This is Manchester. We do things differently here." So does Northern Housing magazine, expect our guest bloggers to offer real insights, typical Northern forthright options and humour.
If you are interested in becoming a guest blogger, please email Mark Cantrell - Northern Housing magazine Editor, eater of Yorkshire Pud and renowned author.
Everybody agrees that mould in affordable housing is a bad thing. Tom Robins, Switchee’s Chief Strategy Officer. looks into exactly why the causes of mould can be so controversial.
Some are calling it the ‘Coronavirus Budget’, but critical as this issue may be, Nigel Sedman argues it’s essential for
Grenfell was a wake-up call for the housing and building sectors, writes Iain Taylor. Better procurement is essential to engineer
To mark International Women’s Day, Northgate Public Services’ Karen Scott and Lesley Davids share their reflections with Northern Housing on
Technology is an important tool in caring for our ageing population, but we mustn’t forget the human touch – that’s
Landlords need to wake up to the benefits of proptech, writes Arthur Online’s Rochelle Trup. It makes property management much
Colour and contrast, along with good illumination, all have as vital a role in creating age-friendly homes as grab rails
Some headline-hogging technologies are already making an impact, but we may need to wait a little longer for other innovations
Modern methods of construction have long been touted as a solution to the housing crisis, but the concept remains slow
Social isolation among older people is a bigger killer than obesity, so a more innovative approach to housing and care
The significance of the merger between Trafford Housing Trust and London & Quadrant should not be underestimated, writes Victoria Jardine
Managing supplies for large-scale building projects is complex – and even small delays can have financial ramifications – but the
With inequality around health, education and life expectancy on the rise in some of our poorest neighbourhoods, Clare Budden discusses
As we approach Brexit, the need for Hate Crime Awareness Week (12-19 October) has never been more significant, writes Tahir
Kate Stewart of placemaking and engagement specialist We Make Places explains why the organisation’s sometimes “subversive” approach helped secure planning