We’re not loving it First Published 04 September 2016 Penny Anderson fears that the entrance of ‘Mclandlords’ into the private renting market could be bad news for tenants. Britain needs more homes, but who’s going to pay the bill? Councils can’t fund the building required to house everyone on theirRead More →

Good for the country? First Published 10 March 2017 The house buying frenzy was spurred on by a belief in effortless riches -until it all came crashing down. By Shaun Spiers There was a fascinating piece on Ireland’s housing hangover in a recent issue of the London Review of Books.Read More →

Front line: A tweak in time First Published 20 October 2016 It would only take a minor legal reform to save thousands of households from the threat of being repossessed Free legal advice and the plan to expand mortgage rescue schemes run by local authorities may offer some crumbs ofRead More →