House prices in London fell by 0.6% in June after years of high growth.
The right to housing is enshrined in law in the Netherlands and South Africa – so what would it look like in the UK?
More and more housing in city-centres is being bought or built for the short-term rental market.
New policies on social housing and rough sleeping offer little fresh thinking on how to solve Britain's housing shortage.
The government's £163m fund would provide much-needed boost for community-led housing organisations – but it might also take away their control over new developments.
Improving social housing can help reduce emergency hospital admissions – and more.
Grenfell was a 'catastrophic regulatory failure', and reform is still needed – but above all, tenants must be empowered to make their homes safe.
Millennials can't count on MPs to act in their interest – unless more of them take to the ballot box.
Inclusionary planning schemes can reduce land costs and ensure that affordable homes are well located near jobs and services.
Theresa May blames councils and developers for the housing crisis – but it's a lack of leadership that's the problem.
This is how the working-class traders of Chrisp Street Market stood up to property developers – and won.
A new report by the Institute for Fiscal Studies shows home ownership rates have collapsed: today, just one in four middle-income millennials will own their own home.
Developers will now be responsible for dealing with noise issues from nearby music venues – but it will take real community activism to prevent closures.
Mass production with a touch of customisation could be the best future for affordable homes.
Local residents of St Andrews feel university growth has come at too high a cost – it's time for local councils and universities to overcome the divide between town and gown.
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...