Residents may be right to fear for their lives.
Only the national government can solve the housing crisis – but local authorities can make a big difference in their communities.
Council housing in England has not been built on any kind of scale since the late 1970s.
No one party is responsible for the disaster: local or national, Labour or Conservative – they all are.
It's time for the regions to step up...
The symptoms are clear, but the cure will remain elusive until we recognise the many sources of the problem.
Renting makes financial sense in a number of circumstances; it's time to move away from the obsession with home ownership.
Without better regulation, renting will still be insecure and unaffordable.
It's not in developers' interests to flood the market with new housing – so will the government step in?
The 'pay to stay' policy reveals great differences in the perception of what, and who, social housing is for.
A drop in migration from the EU would ease demand for housing, but also reduce the availability of those legendary Polish house builders, who will be hard to replace with local labour.
Clue: the UK needs to get over its obsession with home ownership.
Both sides have used the housing ladder to persuade voters in the EU referendum campaign. Are they right to do so?
It's not just a matter of numbers: asylum seekers need houses where they can feel at home.
It is 2016 but, when it comes to housing, in many ways it could actually be 1891.
A new study reveals just how tough it can be to rebuild a life after homelessness.
It's worth preserving Britain's brutalist buildings for two key reasons: heritage, and money.
Garden cities are the best of town and country combined and could be part of the answer to the housing crisis.
The first debate under principle of English votes for English laws was largely uneventful but foreshadows problems to come.