Blackstock founder responds to Social Housing Green Paper

Responding to the Social Housing Green Paper, published today, Andrew Teacher, managing director at Blackstock, said:  “What we needed was an overhaul of funding and...

RESICast: Joint Victories

Nick Riley, Board Director at Whittam Cox Architects with responsibility for Student Living, and Mike Kearney, with responsibility for Deal Origination at Maslow Capital, discuss...

How to turn NIMBYs into YIMBYs

Home ownership in England has fallen to its lowest level in 30 years and more and more people are being forced to rent as buying...

Housing crisis: Ownership at all costs is irresponsible

One of the biggest opportunities to build additional homes not mentioned by Resolution Foundation’s chief economist on Radio 4 this morning was build to rent...

Right-to-buy for renters: an idea Robert Mugabe would be proud of

After being lambasted for his inactivity over anti-Semitism and the EU referendum, Jeremy Corbyn can take small comfort from Civitas last week endorsing his proposal...

What if James Murray is right?

The only thing more predictable than the downward spiral of the Battersea prime bubble was the swell of discord from London’s property developers over the...

Should the government build new homes?

Today’s statement by Danny Alexander on plans for the Government to directly commission new homes is significant: until now, ministers have relied solely on the...

Housing: Why the Europeans might not be wrong

Our fixation on house prices is not a good thing. But today, everyone’s up in arms about something slightly different: Europe poking its nose in....

Housing: Don’t just blame Help to Buy

In a Sky News interview (watch here) I gave yesterday, I commented on the need for a greater focus on an institution-backed private rented sector...