An eyewitness says a “whole house has disappeared” after a blast in Ayr which could be heard several miles away.
from: BBC News Some residents in Charles Dickens House say vermin and mould in their homes is harming their health.
from: BBC News Plans to boost building have angered many Tory MPs, but the ex-housing secretary says they must go ahead.
from: BBC News Thousands of people are saving to get on the property ladder – but not everyone who gets on it is a winner. Five stories from the UK’s ever-changing housing market.
After a 1908 earthquake in Messina, the displaced were moved into temporary shacks. Thousands still live in squalor, but the pandemic has pushed Rome to take action at last. From: New York Times
As a new report claims dilapidated housing can kill, the BBC meets an unlikely champion for tenants.
A charity says many families believe unsuitable housing is damaging their children’s health.
Some courses in the university’s schools of law and business are oversubscribed.
The Church of England owns a lot of land – Guli Frances-Dehqhani wants to use it for the common good.
Apsana Begum says the trial caused her “great distress” and damaged her reputation.
UK house prices still rose by 10.5% compared with a year ago, Nationwide building society says.