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The minister doesn't know what's causing homelessness. We're happy to explain
Homelessness minister Heather Wheeler attracted attention over the weekend for saying she doesn’t know why rough sleeping is rising.
Shelter Blog - Posted 20/03/2018

Sixty Icon Now we must keep the conversation going
#housingdiversityday showed the sector is now ready to push on with the diversity agenda.
24 Housing - Posted 20/03/2018

Sixty Icon ‘Housing sector realises more than ever the importance of listening to residents.’
As Rethinking social housing Northern Ireland continues to get underway, steering group member Colm McDaid encourages tenants and residents to make their voices heard.
Chartered Institute of Housing - Posted 20/03/2018

Addressing the housing crisis through creative reforms
Could changing planning rules to make it easier for homeowners to build upwards help to tackle the UK’s housing crisis? Paresh Raja of Market Financial Solutions takes a look
Planning & Building Control Today - Posted 20/03/2018

'Cost of renting property in Sheffield is spiralling out of control'
More than a third of flats at a new £25m development will be made available at sub-market rates to help combat the 'spiralling' cost of renting property in Sheffield.
The Star - Posted 20/03/2018

Sixty Icon The Big Interview: ‘Our work to try and alleviate injustice and hardship by social housing is very rewarding’
It's been one year since Northern Ireland's two biggest social housing names joined forces to create Radius.
Belfast Telegraph - Posted 20/03/2018

Sixty Icon Why does Housing First work?
I was genuinely delighted to receive an invitation to speak about ‘why Housing First works’ at Homelessness Link’s recent Housing First National Conference.
I-Sphere Research and Policy Blog - Posted 20/03/2018

Sixty Icon Ryan Shorthouse: A helping hand on the property ladder
There are arguments that are repeated so often that they just become assumed. This is dangerous: If we are not encouraged to continuously dissect and test arguments, there is a serious risk of erroneous judgement and action.
Yorkshire Post - Posted 20/03/2018

Addressing the challenges of public sector procurement
When it comes to procurement, there are often a number of challenges that contractors and clients face as they take on decreasing budgets and mounting service delivery pressures.
Construction News (register) - Posted 20/03/2018

Should a tenant's rental payments appear on their credit record, asks Myra Butterworth
It's a risk every landlord takes when renting out a property. That their tenant doesn't pay up.
Mail Online - Posted 20/03/2018

Of course homelessness is linked to Tory policies
Letters: Cuts have contributed significantly to a crisis of housing affordability and growing homelessness.
The Guardian - Posted 20/03/2018

Sixty Icon Trends on gender pay gap reporting in the housing sector
The 4 April deadline for organisations to submit their first gender pay report is just round the corner.
24 Housing - Posted 20/03/2018

Reflecting on the Beast from the East - Derek Corbishley
With the final snowfall from the ‘Beast from the East’ now melted away, there is an opportunity for landlords across the country to reflect how the adverse weather impacted their organisations and their communities.
24 Housing - Posted 20/03/2018

Sixty Icon Grenfell victims face housing Catch 22
The husk of Grenfell Tower in west London looms over three low, elongated blocks of flats, Barandon Walk, Hurstway Walk and Testerton Walk, known as the “finger blocks”. It causes deep distress, said one local, who added: “The children think it is haunted.”
The Times (register) - Posted 20/03/2018

Head to Head: Does the homebuying legal process need change?
The future of conveyancing is digital and I am delighted that the Government is ensuring this becomes a reality by giving the green light to HM Land Registry’s digital transformation.
Mortgage Strategy - Posted 19/03/2018

Sixty Icon Labour policy condones Tory feudalism and 113% council rent increases
Labour Party housing policy agrees with the current Conservative Party feudalism and John Healey Labour’s Shadow Housing Minister says today that it is fine that Tower Hamlets charges its council tenants £236 per week in the affordable (sic) rent policy rather than the normal council social rent of £113 per week.
SPeye - Posted 19/03/2018

Sixty Icon Aiming for a future in which LGBT support initiatives are no longer needed
On #housingdiversityday, Steve Hayes argues that initiatives to support LGBT people in housing must be part of a wider approach to inclusivity.
Inside Housing - Posted 19/03/2018

Poverty causes homelessness
Bad weather has brought the plight of rough sleepers into the spotlight. Victoria Winckler finds evidence that the root cause is poverty.
Bevan Foundation - Posted 19/03/2018

Sixty Icon Housing watch: It’s time to take a long-term view
Homeownership is increasingly out of reach for many, particularly young people, but joined-up policies would make all the difference.
Mortgage Strategy - Posted 19/03/2018

Chris Richards: The business case for unitary councils is undeniable
Manufacturers need economically empowered local government, and an increased number of unitary councils could help deliver it.
LGC (register) - Posted 19/03/2018

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