Clive Anderson asks if planning laws fail to prevent unwanted and un-needed development.
The harrowing personal stories that lie behind today's homeless headlines.
Harriet Sergeant investigates whether empty commercial buildings could house the homeless.
The families and hospitals facing huge bills to replace dangerous cladding.
Is building more homes the only answer to fixing the housing market?
Is the failure to build at the core of the housing problem or are other factors at play?
Lynsey Hanley explores how council housing has become diminished in the 21st century.
Michael Robinson asks whether the UK is really experiencing a housing bubble.
True social mobility means for every person who moves up, someone must move down.
Michael Robinson asks why London's homes are so expensive.
Michael Robinson finds out why the UK rental market has been booming.
Michael Robinson explores how to fix Britain's broken housing market.
Juliet Gardiner compares experiments in communal living today with those after WWII.
Tom Heap asks whether the building industry can meet targets on energy-efficient homes.
Are the warnings that the new Help to Buy scheme will cause a price bubble justified?
How a fatal tower block fire has exposed poor safety standards in similar buildings.
Andrew Dilnot charts a personal history of Britain through numbers.
How will the mortgage freeze hit Britain's already battered economy?
Kevin Carr charts the agony of the first-time house buyer.
Jenny Kleeman explores places at the extremes of UK society.
Anne McElvoy explores the eternal struggle: Is a green field better than a human home?
Alvin Hall assesses young people's housing needs.
Phil Kemp investigates planned changes to the way social housing is allocated.
Patrick Wright explores John Betjeman's battle with the planners of post-war England.
Karl Sharro wants people to be allowed to build whatever they want.
John Grindrod considers past efforts to improve housing space standards.
The desperate measures some are taking to get themselves a home in the capital.
Miriam O'Reilly explores possible green solutions to housing problems.
Tim Samuels asks if the property industry is at threat from technological disruption.
Will Self walks the London green belt in search of the 1947 Town and Country Planning Act.