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Top 10 mistakes property sellers make
What are the biggest mistakes property sellers can make? We look at everything from disorganised paperwork to staying home for the viewings.
RICS - Posted 18/01/2014

Sixty Icon Pride comes before a fall
If pride comes before a fall, then these Tories are in for a hell of a tumble.
Red Brick - Posted 18/01/2014

Minimum wage announcement is not just good economics
George Osborne's announcement has been welcomed by the TUC but it reflects the fact that an election is on the way.
The Guardian - Posted 17/01/2014

Sixty Icon Regaining possession where tenants are in arrears
Paul Shamplina of Landlord Action and Tim Briggs of LegalMentor provide their expert opinions on best practice for regaining possession in England and Wales where tenants are in arrears.
National Landlords Association - Posted 17/01/2014

Sixty Icon Help shape our research on the future of housing
How can housing organisations make sure they have the skills they need to deliver the best frontline housing services? CIH Scotland learning and development manager Mark Reid explains why housing professionals should get involved with CIH's Frontline Futures project.
Chartered Institute of Housing - Posted 17/01/2014

Sixty Icon Time to re-boot Shared Ownership?
Boris Worrall gives his views on the future of Shared Ownership and the role it can play in solving the need for more affordable housing.
National Housing Federation - Posted 17/01/2014

Civilising the colonies
In the build-up to the Scottish referendum on independence, are English MPs doing their best to preserve the union? Not if the example of communities secretary Eric Pickles is anything to go by, it would seem.
Inside Housing - Posted 17/01/2014

Sixty Icon Cometh the hour, cometh the Comprehensive Housing Authority?
Older readers may, like me, have started their housing education in the days when the idea of a comprehensive housing authority was at the heart of policy.
Association of Retained Council Housing - Posted 17/01/2014

What's In A Name - Tom Manion
The motivations behind ‘Benefits St.’ from all sides – programme makers and cast – will continue until the next controversial series about Welfare Britain comes along.
HousingNet - Posted 17/01/2014

Sixty Icon We need to put the entire benefits system up for review
What are benefits for? Thanks to the residents of both James Turner Street and Downing Street, this is a question that’s tap-dancing across our politics.
Conservative Home - Posted 17/01/2014

Osborne backs a rise in the National Minimum Wage – and spikes Miliband's big day
George Osborne has just come out in favour of an above-inflation increase in the National Minimum Wage, in an interview with Nick Robinson.
Conservative Home - Posted 17/01/2014

Three things you should know before watching Benefits Street - Chris Handy
The boss of a Midlands housing association dispels some of the myths about his tenants recently popularised by the documentary set in a Birmingham street.
Guardian Housing Network - Posted 17/01/2014

Mind the gap: booming London leaves Wales behind – and shows how disposable income is not an adequate indicator of prosperity
I wanted to add a thought about how recent house price inflation is increasing the wealth gap between London and the rest – and how London benefited from the global crisis it helped to cause.
Regeneration & Renewal - Posted 17/01/2014

A minimum wage increase is long overdue
George Osborne’s comments this evening that he wants to see an above-inflation increase in the minimum wage are long overdue.
Left Foot Forward - Posted 17/01/2014

Sixty Icon Bill Irvine: RLA encourages landlords to back those on housing benefit
Fergus Wilson attracted the spotlight, after his controversial comments in the press last week, when he said that he has sent notices to his 200 tenants on housing benefit, preferring to offer tenancies to European nationals.
RLA Landlord News Hub - Posted 17/01/2014

Sixty Icon Leader: What is needed is not a smaller but a smarter state
If George Osborne was a principled fiscal conservative he would have proposed reducing expenditure on pensioners. Yet, for entirely political reasons, he refuses to countenance the withdrawal of universal benefits from the wealthiest pensioners.
New Statesman - Posted 17/01/2014

Sixty Icon Scottish government report links welfare reform to food bank growth - Patrick Butler
As the UK government report review of food aid gathers dust, an official study in Scotland is unambiguous about why more people have become reliant on food parcels.
The Guardian - Posted 17/01/2014

How central and local government can tackle unemployment – roundup
Experts discussed the multiple barriers to getting job, including transport, careers advice, housing, childcare and mental health.
The Guardian - Posted 17/01/2014

Slashing the tape
While getting good plans through the system quickly is important, Pete Apps is worried that some vital red tape is at risk.
Inside Housing - Posted 17/01/2014

Amnesty hangover
A reprieve for tenants sub-letting illegally has left landlords facing a dilemma, says Bukola Aremu.
Inside Housing - Posted 17/01/2014

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