Public land sell-offs are often delayed because they are also frequently controversial - but might this be a desperately sought-after solution?
The commitment of new funding over the long-term will help larger housing associations develop the high volume of affordable well managed units the UK desperately needs
The government still thinks build-to-rent can tackle the housing crisis - here’s what the latest guidance means for housing and local authorities
Crossrail’s was supposed to be a good news story for construction - so what went wrong?
The government has identified 14 new Garden Villages across England aimed at providing settlements of between 1,500 and 10,000 homes - potentially delivering more than 48,000 homes
As new academic year starts, for the schools construction sector there is worry about the amount of work coming onto their books
While it’s a grim picture for contracting, individual firms are starting to fight back. But the uncertainty of Brexit still looms large over the industry
The latest updates to planning policy need to be seen in the context of a slew of recent reports and analysis, suggesting development is likely to continue to be subject to local interpretation and testing
With the introduction of Kit Malthouse as the latest housing minister, TLT’s David Smithen hopes that he will resist the temptation to demonise the development industry
hile political initiative and leadership for affordable housing is more reliable and convincing in the Netherlands than it has been in the UK, we need a bit of Dutch courage to tackle Britain’s housing crisis head-on, says Martin Bellinger