The reporting project that became this book began with a man called Tony, who froze to death in December 2017 in the back garden of the home in Lowestoft from
With the Town and Country Planning Act 1947, the Attlee government nationalised development rights. That is, whatever benefits that might come from developing land belong in principle to the public.
Leaseholders in a “tinderbox” apartment block in Manchester have been billed up to £115,000 each to remove unsafe cladding in what is believed to be the biggest charge facing residents
Anushka Asthana talks to Guardian reporter Amelia Gentleman, who has been speaking to some of the more than 5,400 homeless people in England and Wales currently being housed in hotels
Australia’s property market has taken a massive hit thanks to coronavirus, with sales values dropping as much as 85% in Melbourne over the past two months, and many tenants breaking
As Covid-19 takes a scythe to our communities, and the lockdown (vital though it is) threatens our society, it is time to change the way we think about street living.