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Sixty Icon Land Value Taxation
I was speaking at the Scottish rural housing conference in Birnam, north of Perth, on Friday.
Ken Gibb's 'Brick by Brick' - Posted 04/03/2014

What on earth is an anti-poverty strategy anyway?
There’s more to solving a problem than simply creating a strategy, writes Chris Goulden.
Joseph Rowntree Foundation - Posted 03/03/2014

Exempt accommodation: patience pays off
Proposals from the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) on the new definition of exempt accommodation are a significant concession in the campaign to protect vulnerable people from the impact of welfare reform, says CIH policy and practice officer Sam Lister.
Chartered Institute of Housing - Posted 03/03/2014

Liberty, equality and TAI!
Julie Nicholas, policy and public affairs manager at CIH Cymru, reflects on the links between equality and affordable housing in the media, and why that means this year’s focus on both in the TAI 2014 programme is timely and right.
Chartered Institute of Housing - Posted 03/03/2014

Let councils build
Support for the idea that councils should play a much greater role in house building has come from some expected - and less expected - quarters, in submissions to the Lyons Housing Review.
Association of Retained Council Housing - Posted 03/03/2014

Sixty Icon Personal Budgets for adult social care and support: are homeless people eligible?
With the Care Bill entering the report stage in the House of Commons shortly, Michelle Cornes urges us to take part in the debate over what constitutes eligible need in relation to adult social care and support.
Social Care Workforce - Posted 03/03/2014

Sixty Icon Opinion: Social housing - Public money, Private Pay
Attracting top talent to the social housing sector is essential but how are things right now?
24 Housing - Posted 03/03/2014

Sixty Icon The Immigration Bill- bad for renters and bad for landlords
The Immigration Bill is currently making its way through the House of Lords.
Shelter Policy Blog - Posted 03/03/2014

Sixty Icon Is UK Strategy on Child Poverty Likely to Work in the Longer Term
The launch of a new Child Poverty Strategy, by the coalition government has engaged the country in debate over the living standards of a significant minority of young people in UK today.
Huffington Post - Posted 03/03/2014

Inspiration from Zimbabwe - David Orr
A recent trip to Zimbabwe in my role as Chair of Homeless International gave me the opportunity to see some incredible work by partner organisations to provide people with homes.
National Housing Federation - Posted 03/03/2014

The church has no choice but to act when faced with the reality of poverty - David Walker
As a bishop, I believe it is the duty of religion to challenge political power when it fails in its responsibility to the most vulnerable in society.
The Guardian - Posted 03/03/2014

UK price rise exposes failure to prepare for food and fuel shocks
Rising imports of fuel and food prices have eaten into real incomes, putting country at risk of volatile global economy.
The Guardian - Posted 03/03/2014

Diary of an apprentice
Teenage apprentice Liam McMahon sent out 1,500 job applications and was unemployed for around 18 months before he began an apprenticeship in the housing industry.
Inside Housing - Posted 03/03/2014

Ministers' views on poverty are worthless
The Guardian - Posted 03/03/2014

Sixty Icon London housing crisis: tackling landbanking - Dave Hill
A broad consenus has formed in the capital for strong measures against the profitable hoarding of land where houses could be built.
The Guardian - Posted 03/03/2014

Sixty Icon Surge of support for social rented housing
Friday night’s deadline for Labour’s Lyons Housing Commission brought a burst of last minute submissions from organisations and individuals.
Red Brick - Posted 03/03/2014

False economies are leaving the mentally ill vulnerable
Cutbacks are leaving adults and children without the support they need, just when it is most wanted.
The Guardian - Posted 02/03/2014

Sixty Icon Tackling child poverty: the coalition is measuring up badly
How are ministers going to eradicate child poverty if they measure it with no reference to low wages and cuts to services?
The Guardian - Posted 02/03/2014

Do We Need A Manifesto for Social Change?
1.8 million on the waiting list for a home in an unloved sector not known for its innovation and creativity.
Paul Taylor - Posted 02/03/2014

All That Is Solid review – Danny Dorling's brilliant study of Britain's housing disaster
Danny Dorling's examination of home ownership and the grim prospects for those stuck with high rents and few rights makes shocking reading.
The Guardian - Posted 02/03/2014

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