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Jonathan Bunt: Theresa May takes a small step towards unlocking a policy for homes
The prime minister has delivered a new housing policy and though it moves in the right direction, Jonathan Bunt argues it remains insufficient to provide enough new homes.
Room 151 - Posted 19/03/2018

Sixty Icon How a gas safety checks ruling will make it more difficult to evict tenants
A gas safety certificate could now be a deciding factor in whether landlords can evict problem tenants, writes Sian Evans.
Inside Housing - Posted 19/03/2018

Sixty Icon How Universal Credit could be made to work
Nick Atkin outlines three ideas to make the government’s welfare reform work more effectively.
Inside Housing - Posted 19/03/2018

How a universal basic income could help women in abusive relationships
It would ensure no woman is ever dependent on her partner to meet her basic needs, removing one of the barriers against leaving an abusive partner.
The Independent - Posted 19/03/2018

Judgmentalism over giving beggars belief
Donors have no right to decide how money they give to someone begging in the street should be spent, argues Peter Kaan.
The Guardian - Posted 19/03/2018

Natalie Bennett: ‘People need security, which universal basic income offers’
Eleanor Salter talks to the former leader of the Green Party about universal basic income, the EU, and Corbyn’s Labour.
Varsity - Posted 19/03/2018

Sixty Icon Housing First CANNOT solve rough sleeping. Not will not but CANNOT
The UK has a rough sleeping crisis and a model called Housing First is being heavily promoted as the solution.
SPeye - Posted 18/03/2018

Debt relief and dignity required
Debt advisers discuss the plight of low-income households. Alan Budge thinks a dignity index would benefit society.
The Guardian - Posted 18/03/2018

Sixty Icon On Britain’s unruly streets, rich and poor are not so far apart
Once, the UK had beggars only in quantities small enough to make them exotic. Not any more.
The Guardian - Posted 18/03/2018

Let’s make it work
If the last 12 months have told us anything, it’s that you can’t make an organisation do something in response to legislation alone.
24 Housing - Posted 17/03/2018

All work and no play at property bash
Brexit concerns and embarrassment about past scandals led to a curiously muted Mipim.
The Times (register) - Posted 17/03/2018

The homeless created by the clueless
Throughout the country, the number of homeless people has been rising steadily. Can you imagine that?
Knutsford Guardian - Posted 17/03/2018

Sixty Icon How to build houses and save the countryside
There was much to admire in the prime minister’s recent speech on housing that heralded a revision of the planning rules.
Campaign to Protect Rural England - Posted 17/03/2018

Sixty Icon Sustainable Development Goals and the housing sector: A change is coming
The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) offer enormous opportunities for society, businesses and the planet.
Sustainable Homes - Posted 17/03/2018

Sixty Icon Notes from The Minister of State for Housing’s Social Housing Roadshow
Dominic Raab, the recently appointed Minister of State for Housing at the Ministry of Housing, had only been in his new job for three weeks when he came to meet myself and a significant number of social housing tenants.
24 Housing - Posted 16/03/2018

Sixty Icon Planners get blamed for the housing shortfall: The song remains the same
Slow build-out rates on sites with permission cannot be put at the door of planners, says Chris Shepley.
The Planner - Posted 16/03/2018

Possible Ways to Improve the Housing Market in the UK
To solve issues with the housing market, it seems the UK will need more planning and forward-thinking than just new homes being built.
Landlord News - Posted 16/03/2018

Sixty Icon “The Homeless” – They’re not one of us
Three days ago I walked through Liverpool city centre which is mostly pedestrianised and in that short hour I witnessed 46 rough sleepers in plain sight.
SPeye - Posted 16/03/2018

Sixty Icon Revealed: New HMO room size regulations to come in this autumn
From October councils will be able to set minimum bedroom size standards for HMOs – and also introduce limits on how many people can live in each bedroom.
Residential Landlords Association - Posted 16/03/2018

Sixty Icon Fighting discriminatory letting agents with the Equality Act
Frank Jarvis summarises some recent cases where the Equality Act was deployed against letting agents discriminating against prospective tenants.
Scottish Housing News - Posted 16/03/2018

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