In this Housing LIN blog Jeremy Porteus lays out the theme of the Housing LIN’s next annual conference
The latest edition of HLINks, the Housing LIN’s weekly bulletin, is now available.
An estimated 10 million people across England will spend this Christmas in a home classed as ‘non-decent’, according to new research by the Centre for Ageing Better and Care & Repair England.
In this Housing LIN guest blog Jenny Pannell writes about her 40-year career working with almshouses.
The latest Housing LIN guest blog lays out how an efficient design and planning process benefits specialist housing.
In Edinburgh this week, a new name in the homelessness sector emerged as ‘All In For Change’ held its first meeting, heralding a brand-new approach to tackling homelessness in Scotland.
Marmalade Lane in Cambridge has won awards for its innovative design. In this Housing LIN guest blog, we look at how it came to be.
In our newest Housing LIN guest blog, Stephen Burke of United for All Ages outlines his vision for a fairer society.
This article in the International Journal of Environmental Health and Public Health by Northumbria University in partnership with Newcastle University and the Newcastle older persons’ forum draws on a Centre for Ageing Better commission.