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
Homelessness isn’t a numbers game, it’s about people, writes Guy Horne; we need to work more collaboratively and pull out
Jenny Chapman reveals how technology is transforming health and wellbeing in an industrial Northern port town SOCIAL prescribing is undergoing
AI is fast becoming central to every business strategy, but without the data to back it up, housing providers will
There’s more to social value than cold economics, writes Steve Malone. The sector needs to think more about those intangible
Moya Jones of LIFEstyle by ENGIE looks at the ‘state of the nation’ when it comes to age-appropriate housing and
On the eve of becoming PM, Boris Johnson urged to recognise value of working with housing associations
Must we really have the same old arguments all over again, wonders Unity chief With Boris Johnson set to formally
David Baybut examines the impact of the 1919 Housing Act and how government subsidies helped finance the construction of 500,000
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