By Helen Crane
Widespread criticism has caused housing secretary Robert Jenrick to backtrack on planning proposals.
By Leonore Schick
HR departments put in place mental health support, counselling and buddy schemes to help staff remotely
Delays to the bill’s progress through parliament make it difficult for developers to plan future schemes
Critics say timeline for applications is unrealistic and many owners and leaseholders are ineligible for funding
As more retailers face insolvency, government proposes measures to oversee controversial administrations
Experts say fallout of pandemic and ongoing rental negotiations make it difficult to assess values accurately
Developers say regulation is too little, too late and risks pricing first-time buyers out of the housing market.
New findings from the Bridge Group point to a significant absence of socioeconomic diversity in the industry
Questions remain over success of the moratorium and what will happen to tenants when it is eventually lifted.
A recent white paper proposes a ‘radical reform’, but experts cast doubt on the feasibility of the plans.
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