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Sheila Gilmore MP: Building more low-cost housing is answer to housing benefit conundrum
The Labour Member of Parliament for Edinburgh East says we need to change the balance of money spent on building against subsidising rent.
Mirror co uk - Posted 26/02/2014

OK, we have a cost of living crisis - but life is so much better now
To most people, the UK’s 6pc or so national pay cut to date remains a price worth paying for having access to the convenience, goods, services and jobs delivered by the economy of 2014.
The Telegraph (register) - Posted 26/02/2014

At last some leading Tories are tackling green problems
The divide between environmentalism on the left and rapacious, resource-looting big business on the right is not as inevitable as it seems.
The Independent - Posted 26/02/2014

Sidestep rising house prices – get a house on Fanny Hands Lane
Reduced property prices on streets with rude names could be the answer for a younger generation struggling to buy homes.
The Guardian - Posted 26/02/2014

Sixty Icon Food poverty shames this government - Patrick Butler
Churches are taking apart the coalition's increasingly threadbare moral arguments on welfare reforms and providing evidence that poor people are going hungry as a direct result of its policies.
The Guardian - Posted 26/02/2014

Persimmon profits more than double on booming demand
Another house builder riding the wave of surging demand.
City A.M. - Posted 26/02/2014

The immoral maze of Britain's benefits system
The Guardian - Posted 26/02/2014

Selling your home: Top tips from Tony Morris-Eyton of Savills
In this month's What House? regional newspapers, we are casting the spotlight on selling your home.
What House - Posted 25/02/2014

From hospital to hostel
We need greater distribution of health cash if we want to save hostels from the chop, argues Heather Spurr.
Inside Housing - Posted 25/02/2014

Sixty Icon It's time to let go - Chuka Umunna
I’m a Londoner, born and bred. But part of my heart will forever be in Manchester.
think cities - Posted 25/02/2014

Sixty Icon Taking the housing debate in an uncomfortable direction – that's nearly always a good thing
What two issues in the housing debate do you think deserve more attention than they get?
Brickonomics - Posted 25/02/2014

Sixty Icon Empowering our cities will help tackle the housing crisis - Emma Reynolds
In the months since Ed Miliband appointed me as Shadow Housing Minister I’ve been visiting cities across England to talk to voters, councillors, and Labour activists about Labour’s plans to tackle the housing crisis that cities face.
think cities - Posted 25/02/2014

Does your house suffer from D.H.N.S?
I don’t know about you – but I love house names. Give me a Manor House over 6 Drudgeland Terrace any day!
What Sam Saw Today - Posted 25/02/2014

Flood grants must be used wisely, warns property expert
EXPERTS are calling on the Government to make sure money set aside to better protect flood-hit properties is used wisely.
24 Housing - Posted 25/02/2014

‘Tackling inequality is the new centre ground of politics' as Miliband sets out a new future for public services
It is very frustrating when good new policy gets garbled by our rubbish media.
Red Brick - Posted 25/02/2014

Sixty Icon It turns out that benefits street is populated by rich people
Wealthy private landlords are being exposed as the new face of the benefits scrounger taking Britain for a ride.
The Guardian - Posted 25/02/2014

Sixty Icon Renting in London: our readers' stories
An article on the increasingly fraught London renting market elicited many accounts from our readers. Here is a selection of their renting tales - share your own in the thread below.
The Guardian - Posted 25/02/2014

Domestic abuse and housing
Some colleagues of mine recently attended the Safer Communities conference run by the Chartered Institute of Housing (CIH) in Cardiff. The Conference was being championed by Carl Sargeant, Welsh Government’s minister for Housing & Regeneration who has been leading the call on the housing sector to play a greater role in tackling Domestic Abuse.
Unlocked - Posted 25/02/2014

Sixty Icon Bank lending data by postcode – what does it tell us?
When in July last year the Treasury announced that the UK’s biggest lenders were revealing how much they lent at a local level, like most people who work closely in trying to understand and address financial and social exclusion, we in Birmingham felt that this was a significant breakthrough.
New Start - Posted 25/02/2014

Sixty Icon Unequal shares - Jules Birch
What if our real housing problem is not a lack of a new homes but the distribution of the ones we already have?
Inside Housing - Posted 25/02/2014

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