Ageing Well: A housing manifesto is the Older People’s Housing Champion’s manifesto for housing and ageing 
Housing our Ageing Population: Learning from councils meeting the housing needs of our ageing population Local Government Association (LGA) 
Building for Equality: Disability and the Built Environment Report from the Women and Equalities Committee 
Living in Fear– Experiences of older private renters in London. Age UK London [Sept 17]
Ageing in squalor and distress: older people in the private rented sector. Age UK [Oct 17]
Dementia Friendly Housing Charter from Alzheimer’s Society [March 17]
Building our Homes, Communities and Future: Local Government Association (LGA) has published its Housing Commission’s final report, setting out findings, conclusions and recommendations [Dec 16]
Designing with Downsizers:The next generation of ‘downsizer homes’ for an active third age. This report from The University of Sheffield DWELL Project (Designing for Wellbeing in Environments for Later Life) captures some of the findings from a three year research project co-produced with older residents in Sheffield. Funded by the EPSRC-Led Lifelong Health and Wellbeing cross-council research programme, the multi-disciplinary DWELL project sought to explore third-agers’ housing aspirations to generate a series of design proposals using a co-design process [Oct 2016].
Future of an ageing population:. Foresight report from the Government Office for Science looks at the challenges and opportunities of an ageing society [July 16].
Building our homes, communities and future. LGA Housing Commission interim report [July 16].
A new report Housing our Ageing Population: positive ideas Happi 3 has been published by the Housing LIN as a result of an Inquiry by the All Party Parliamentary group on housing and care for older people.
A report on Building safe choices,, a feasibility study conducted by Stonewall Housing into the current provision of housing and related care and support for older LGBT people is now available [June 16].
Living well in old age: The value of UK housing interventions in supporting mental health and wellbeing in later life, Meredith Fendt-Newlin, Michelle Cornes, Jill Manthorpe and Jo Moriarty, Kings College London [May 16].
Infographic from Care & Repair England with key facts and figures about Older People, Housing, Health & Care [March 16].
Later Life in 2015 a study from the Centre for Ageing Better was conducted with IPSOS MORI. This study along with discussion and views from groups in the ageing field has led to their list of topics to consider initially, including one on homes and neighbourhoods [Dec 15].
Age UK’s annual audit of how public policy is meeting the needs of our ageing population, Agenda for Later Life 2015 highlights the challenges and opportunities facing older people today and has a section on housing and ageing.
Ageing: the silver lining. The opportunities and challenges of an ageing society for local government published by the LGA sets out the increasing contribution to society and the economy older people can make through empowered local government and challenges the commonly-held belief that an ageing population is a burden. There is a section on housing and ageing .
Housing LIN is a network for connecting people and promoting ideas that enhance the housing choices of older people. It includes an extensive library of learning resources to improve the delivery of housing and related care and support services.
The South West Housing LIN (learning and improvement network) leadership five year vision on housing, health and wellbeing outcomes for older populations in South West England .
Future of Ageing.This collection of research and materials are from the Foresight ‘Future of an ageing population’ project analysing the challenges and opportunities of an ageing society and set up through the Government Office for Science [July 15].
Catalogue of health related fuel poverty schemes.. This catalogue has been developed from a survey of local schemes targeting health issues for the delivery of energy efficiency measures. It was undertaken by NEA (Neighbourhood Energy Action) for the Department of Energy and Climate Change [July 15].
Ageing Well at Home Care & Repair England’s brochure published in March 2014 setting out the case for why ‘Ageing Well at Home’ needs to be the cornerstone of national policies concerning older people .
Housing in Later Life by Age UK sets out the key facts and issues in housing and ageing and an agenda for action. It was published in 2014.
Ready for Ageing/ is a report from the House of Lords Committee on Public Service and Demograhic Change that warns that the Government and our society are woefully underprepared for ageing. It covers a broad range of policy areas, providing a comprehensive analysis of the potential impact of an ageing population on public services .
Living Well at Home. This report from the All Party Parliamentary Group on Housing and Care for Older people focuses on the issues for older people who want to live well at home setting out an agenda for housing change to improve the wellbeing of older people [July 11].