David Orr says Grenfell Tower fire highlighted neglect of sector - government must urgently make money available.
Housing chiefs’ warning on effect of flagship Tory welfare reform.
One in four Universal Credit claimants are waiting longer than six weeks to receive their first payment, while half have experienced rent arrears.
Private landlords say the flagship welfare reform is already forcing a growing number of their tenants into rent arrears.
New report reveals that two-thirds of English councils have closed or cut emergency funds, causing greater hardship to low-income families.
National Audit Office says ministers have no grip on the causes of issue that costs the taxpayer more than £1bn a year.
Households with children make up more than 80% of those set to lose out as pressure grows for end to austerity.
Ministers urged to ditch proposals as housing associations postpone and cancel schemes for elderly and disabled.
Council leaders call on the government to help local authorities build more 'genuinely affordable' homes.
South Lanarkshire Council says tenants in receipt of universal credit have accrued rent arrears totaling more than half a million pounds.
Charity’s research predicts 575,000 people in Britain will have no roof over their heads unless government takes urgent action.
Crucial support disappearing as Tory austerity continues to hit the most vulnerable.
City council under fire after legal notices pinned to rough sleepers’ bags left in shop doorways.
Report calls on the government to halt the roll-out of Universal Credit until "the system works properly".
Charities demand action to tackle toll of soaring housing costs, welfare cuts and ‘no fault’ evictions.
Charities call on the government to take urgent action to tackle the growing homeless crisis.
Innovative project will provide housing for up to 20 people affected by homelessness in Scotland.
Highland Council leaders slam "ludicrously flawed" Universal Credit system.
Research revealed the number of people sleeping rough in the countryside rose by up to 32% in the past five years.
Schemes are doing little to help poorer households to get on the property ladder, says Social Mobility Commission report.
Report reveals that 8,108 people were seen rough sleeping in London over the last year.
Charities call for an urgent summit to work to resolve the growing crisis of fuel poverty in the UK.