Social Housing

News

All the News You Need to Read This Morning

Apparently millennials don't like potatoes because they're "unhealthy" and not "trendy".
VICE Staff
8.14.18
HOUSING CRISIS

We Asked a Pioneering Architect How to Solve the Housing Crisis

Neave Brown built council housing projects that look utopian compared to today's system of "total social abuse".
Oscar Webb
11.21.17
Social Housing

How Councils Ruin Social Housing for Financial Gain

We spoke to director Paul Sng about his new documentary, 'Dispossession: The Great Social Housing Swindle'.
Patrick Heardman
7.3.17
Grenfell Tower Fire

The Government Is Using 'A Public Inquiry' to Dodge Grenfell Fire Questions

It can't be allowed to defer people's anger.
Simon Childs
6.16.17
Grenfell Tower

REVEALED: London Landlords Are Routinely Missing Deadlines To Address Serious Fire Hazards

A number of landlords in London, including the group that manages Grenfell Tower, have failed to comply with serious hazard notices from the fire brigade.
Mark Wilding
6.15.17
News

What It’s Like Saving Lives on the Front Lines of an Opioid Crisis

"It's been chaos and constant putting out fires, not only in our building of 90 residents, but on the streets, in the alleys."
Sarah Berman
10.31.16
techno

Stream Marquis Hawkes' Debut Album 'Social Housing' in Full

Check out the Berlin based producer's LP exclusively here on THUMP.
Josh Baines
6.8.16
thump exclusive track

How Social Housing and Southend on Sea Influenced Marquis Hawkes' Debut Album

Listen to an exclusive cut from the producer's first LP, 'Social Housing'.
Josh Baines
5.18.16
Photo

Photos of London's Under-Threat Council Estates

Social housing is not as same-y as people think.
Jake Lewis
3.2.16
VICE Long Reads

The Slow Death of Council Housing in the UK

Speaking to the residents of some of the UK's most famous council estates about the systematic erasure of social housing.
Philip Kleinfeld
3.2.16
Vice Blog

Three Ways George Osborne Could U-Turn on Tax Credits

It looks like the Chancellor could be gearing up for a massive volte-face over the controversial policy that would make 3.3 million working families poorer.
Sirin Kale
11.21.15
News

This London Rebel DIY Regeneration Shows How to Solve the Housing Crisis

When the usual suspects moved to evict the residents of Sweets Way, the residents fought back.
Ben Beach
8.28.15
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