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Sixty Icon Under-represented groups should be supported to progress their careers
We must encourage and promote those around us, regardless of their background, colour, sexuality, disability, gender or age, writes Elly Hoult.
Inside Housing - Posted 15/01/2018

Tackling The Housing Crisis
At least 11,000 homes in the UK have been unoccupied for at least a decade.
Today's Conveyancer - Posted 15/01/2018

Sixty Icon Fitness for Habitation – now with Govt support
I am delighted, and delighted for Karen Buck MP, to be able to say that her Homes (Fitness for Human Habitation and Liability for Housing Standards) Bill now has government support as well as that of the Labour opposition. (Previous posts on the then draft Bill are here and here).
Nearly Legal - Posted 15/01/2018

Will a rebranded Department of Health change anything?
In another week of extreme pressure across the NHS, with senior hospital doctors telling the prime minister that the situation is "intolerable", the Department of Health has been rebranded. But will it make any difference?
BBC - Posted 14/01/2018

Sadiq Khan on gender equality
As populism rises, gender equality risks ‘going backwards’ – Sadiq Khan
Fabian Society - Posted 13/01/2018

Politicians and property sector must act to banish homelessness
Over the Christmas period there has been significant media coverage regarding homelessness and the need for decent housing for all.
Yorkshire Post - Posted 13/01/2018

We must act now to help vulnerable homeless people
I am very concerned about the growing evidence of increasing levels of poverty in our country. One of the manifestations of poverty is homelessness.
The Mail - Posted 13/01/2018

We need more homes to tackle crisis
The housing crisis may be a wider national issue, but it is being felt in our district.
Maldon Standard - Posted 13/01/2018

Commercial meltdown can be offset by 2018's growth sectors
Construction companies appear set for a positive start to 2018 following a steady recovery in new work towards the end of last year, according to latest data from the IHS Markit / CIPS Purchasing Managers Index.
Construction News (register) - Posted 13/01/2018

Sixty Icon Will we still have the same housing minister by the end of the football season? - David Orr
I have a pretty lame joke which I use rather too often. It’s the one that says that an annual task for me is the induction of a new housing minister. No, not very funny. Now, though, I can update it. It seems I now have to do this twice a year.
National Housing Federation - Posted 12/01/2018

Sixty Icon The Tories 25% less new housing than the “last Labour lot.” Welcome Mr Raab!
What will the new housing minister Dominic Raab make of the fact that the Tories since 2010 have been completing 25% fewer new properties than the last Labour lot did?
SPeye - Posted 12/01/2018

Sixty Icon Securing Access To The Single Market Is Crucial To Fixing London's Housing Crisis
A no-deal hard Brexit could see as many as 43,000 fewer construction jobs in the UK over the next decade.
Huffington Post - Posted 12/01/2018

Sixty Icon Devolution - our offer to you
Devolution is my second favourite subject (housing is obviously my first). So when devolution and housing collide I am giddy with delight and excitement.
National Housing Federation - Posted 12/01/2018

Sixty Icon It is the wrong time to change the housing minister
The removal of Alok Sharma while work on the Green Paper is ongoing is baffling, writes Emma Maier.
Inside Housing - Posted 12/01/2018

Sixty Icon We need a systemic approach to housing and social care
We need to ease the pressure on health and social care while increasing housing supply, argues Dame Clare Tickell
Inside Housing - Posted 12/01/2018

Sixty Icon How does the government’s supported housing funding plan measure up?
Rick Henderson judges the government’s proposals against five principles Homeless Link believes are critical to success.
Inside Housing - Posted 12/01/2018

Being single is costing me a shared ownership home
Housing providers seem to have secret criteria when vetting would-be buyers.
Financial Times (register) - Posted 12/01/2018

What will happen to house prices in 2018?
A flat market is the best we can hope for, meaning pain for buy-to-let landlords.
Financial Times (register) - Posted 12/01/2018

No deal is a disaster. The government must tell us the truth about Brexit - Sadiq Khan
I have published independent research showing the impact of a hard Brexit on London and beyond. Now we need official transparency about our options.
The Guardian - Posted 12/01/2018

Sixty Icon The Tories’ obscene joke: shred the safety net, then toss people into it
From bedroom tax to universal credit, vulnerable people are being forced into crisis by May’s policies. And she’s gutted the system supposed to help them.
The Guardian - Posted 12/01/2018

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