social housing

Dictating to the Estate is performed by the Grenfell Tower site, five years after the fire that shouldn't have happened.
The Grenfell fire is the most devastating residential fire in Britain since World War II. On June 14th, 72 people died in the 23 floor storey tower block, following a fire resulting from a faulty appliance. An inquiry into the many failings that led to the disaster was set up after the fire, with the first phase cataloguing a series of mistakes made by the London Fire Brigade. The second phase, due to look at the refurbishment and cladding used on Grenfell, has been postponed because of the coronavirus pandemic.
West Kensington and Gibbs Green estate residents say it's 'unbelievable' that they'll get to keep their homes. Here is their story.
After almost nine years in office it’s clear that current Conservative housing policy is not just failing to fix the housing crisis – it’s made it worse
Poorer communities get "locked into" poverty and ill health cycle.
As housing associations look and act more like private property developers and build fewer and fewer social rented homes, it is easy to see why some say they have lost their ‘social purpose’
Changing our country’s course away from the housing crisis will require a huge effort. Social homes must be at the heart of the change