Housing in UK Law
A Revolution in UK Housing?
The UK Government published its long awaited White Paper on housing, “Fixing our broken housing market”, on 7 February 2017. The paper aims to benefit would-be house buyers and occupiers – particul...
- Rural Affordable Housing
- The Housing Act
- Accelerating Housing Delivery
New Housing and Planning Act – finally
The government has committed to building 1 million homes in five years and is relying on the Housing and Planning Bill to help achieve that goal. The bill, however, has had a rocky ride through Par...
A new revolution in Housing Law
Government announced in April 2019 that it would be abolishing section 21 of the Housing Act 1988 which gives Landlords the right to reclaim possession through no fault of the Tenants - so called ‘...
The Housing White Paper: implications beyond the residential market
The recently published Housing White Paper "Fixing our broken housing market" outlines the government's proposals to boost housing supply in England. While the focus is, unsurprisingly, on resident...
Consumer disputes in the housing sector: a long-awaited reform
Consumer access to remedy has long been a neglected part of what many consider to be an already broken housing market. Housing disputes are heard in a number of different legal settings and the pro...
A beginners’ guide to affordable housing in London
It is estimated that the population of London will reach 10.8 million by 2041. According to the Mayor of London, around 43,500 affordable homes are required each year in order to meet London’s hous...
- Neighbourhood Plans v Housing
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