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Sixty Icon Government should make housing its Big Idea
A little over six months ago we got a new housing minister, Alok Sharma.
Property Week (register) - Posted 12/01/2018

Sixty Icon Homes England ‘now a financial institution’
At the launch of Homes England, Sir Ed Lister and Nick Walkley of the agency talk exclusively to 24housing about what it means for the sector.
24 Housing - Posted 12/01/2018

Sixty Icon Does the UK need rent controls?
In the poll conducted by Bridging & Commercial, 71% of respondents were in favour of enforcing rent controls on the UK, while 29% believed that such enforcement wasn’t needed.
Bridging&Commercial - Posted 11/01/2018

Sixty Icon Shuffling the ministerial deck
Jonathan Werran of Localis surveys this week’s reshuffle to discern what can be read into the future direction of local government finance, housing, devolution and social care.
Public Finance - Posted 11/01/2018

Sixty Icon The rising cost of living will hit low-income households hard in 2018
2018 is set to be a difficult year for low-income households, as average price inflation for the UK stands at its highest since April 2012. But it’s not just price inflation that’s hitting low-income families hard, says Laurie Heykoop.
Joseph Rowntree Foundation - Posted 11/01/2018

Sixty Icon Why our tenants are moving to Canvey Island
BBC film crews followed members of Europe’s largest ultra-Orthodox Jewish community as they moved out of London. Suzanne Wolfe explains more.
Inside Housing - Posted 11/01/2018

Sixty Icon Homes England will partner with groups of associations to build, says Walkley
The government’s new delivery agency will use its land assembly and risk-sharing powers to support groups of housing associations to up housing development, its chief executive has said.
Inside Housing - Posted 11/01/2018

CIH welcomes launch of Homes England
Terrie Alafat CBE, chief executive of the Chartered Institute of Housing, said: “We welcome the launch of Homes England today.
Chartered Institute of Housing - Posted 11/01/2018

Sixty Icon HAs “Bailes-ing” out the core customer & directly create increasing homelessness
Yes you are definitely asking the wrong question Matthew Bailes chief executive of Paradigm Housing Group when you write a diatribe saying that housing associations should no longer prioritise those in housing need as you did in Inside Housing today.
SPeye - Posted 11/01/2018

Sixty Icon Jonathan Bunt: Necessity will create the solution for housing in 2018
Britain has a housing crisis and Westminster needs a solution. According to Jonathan Bunt it will require new approaches and, seen in the right way, there are key factors that could help councils deliver.
Room 151 - Posted 11/01/2018

Sixty Icon If your BME and female staff are not being promoted, look at your culture
Leaders must accept that under-represented groups, including women and BME staff, are up against many barriers, writes Monique Green.
Inside Housing - Posted 11/01/2018

Sixty Icon What kind of society tries to make its beggars invisible? Ours does
Of course it is distressing to see people sleeping on the street – but we should be demanding real solutions, not using legislation to hide the problem.
The Guardian - Posted 11/01/2018

Sixty Icon Esther McVey: New DWP minister's statements about people on benefits and the policies she has voted for
Former TV presenter has said use of food banks is 'right' and benefit sanctions 'teach' job seekers to look for work seriously.
The Independent - Posted 11/01/2018

Sixty Icon We may be asking the wrong question about housing policy
We need a more targeted system to provide housing for those on modest incomes, as well as the most vulnerable, argues Matthew Bailes.
Inside Housing - Posted 11/01/2018

Reshuffle ridicule: Part and parcel of the Brexit era?
This week we saw a very modern political farce play out, when Chris Grayling was moved from his position of transport secretary to Conservative Party chairman for a mere 10 seconds.
Construction News (register) - Posted 11/01/2018

Sixty Icon Delayed transfers of care: a target that misses the mark?
Reducing delayed transfers of care continues to be a priority for the NHS and social care. But since March 2017, the already significant national focus on delayed transfers has increased substantially, as national bodies attempted to arrest the spiralling growth in these delays.
The King's Fund - Posted 11/01/2018

Sixty Icon A new year, a new start. What next for housing in Scotland?
Shelter Scotland policy officer Lisa Glass looks at what the year ahead holds in store for housing in Scotland.
Scottish Housing News - Posted 11/01/2018

Why we should revile McVey
The Minister for Disability who introduced and signed the DLA to PIP policy in May 2012 was Esther McVey and below is a screenshot from government’s impact assessment that gets to the heart of the matter.
SPeye - Posted 11/01/2018

"Accreditation offers a true independent view of how we’re performing"
We asked Karen Cowan, Head of Customer & Support Services at Ongo on why they think it's important to have external verification/ assurance through Tpas PRO engagement accreditation.
TPAS - Posted 10/01/2018

Sixty Icon What is the future for Universal Credit?
The idea of Universal Credit (UC) is simple enough - indeed, simplicity is the whole point of the new benefits system announced by the then Conservative work and pensions secretary Iain Duncan Smith in 2010.
LocalGov - Posted 10/01/2018

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