Housing associations pay higher than average rents to house the vulnerable
After an unprecedented effort to get ‘Everyone In’, the long-term fate of the homeless is uncertain
The government says the increase in line with inflation will give claimants an extra £10 a month, but a Bureau analysis suggests this will only make a handful more homes affordable
The local authority has decided to take medical assessments for housing assistance in-house, after the Bureau raised concerns over the company's practices
Over 100 councils have paid a private company, NowMedical, to assess vulnerable people applying for help with homelessness
The Bureau has investigated loopholes in the Housing (Wales) Act and Homelessness Reduction Act that mean some of the most vulnerable homeless people can be denied help
Every week 5,500 families approach English councils for help with homelessness, but vulnerable people are being left in limbo
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The Bureau has analysed more than 62,000 rental adverts and found 94% of rented homes are too expensive for families on housing benefit
A Bureau analysis has found Britain’s major housebuilding firms are making multi-billion pound profits at the same time they argue they cannot meet affordable housing targets.
Heavyweight political backing for transparency comes after Bureau debate on the secret system used by developers to reduce affordable housing.
Documents analysed by the Bureau reveal the inside story of how affordable housing was scrapped on a massive building scheme next to the O2 ‘Millennium Dome’ in Greenwich
Developer set to make £600m before it builds more than 20% affordable.
Surging builders’ profits come as affordable housing numbers at eight year low.
A generation is priced out of the housing market. So why is the UK building fewer affordable homes?
The developments by Duchy of Cornwall and Crown Estate that do not meet affordable housing targets.
The Bureau tracks the affordable housing built by Prince Charles’ Duchy and other ancient estates.
More than £160m meant for affordable homes is sat in council coffers.
Councils cave in as developers renegotiate building projects to deliver better profits.