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Sixty Icon Fortune favours the brave in Edinburgh
Edinburgh was somewhat plagued by an under supply of residential property at all levels in 2017. With demand remaining comparatively high, the laws of supply and demand supported prices and the market across the city rose by 5 per cent compared with the previous year.
Savills - Posted 10/01/2018

Sixty Icon Intergenerational housing with care
There’s a buzz around about ‘mixing’ across the generations, bringing benefits to young and old alike.
End of Life studies - Posted 10/01/2018

Sixty Icon Not in it together: the distributional impact of austerity
During his time as Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne liked to say “we are all in this together”.
Open Democracy - Posted 10/01/2018

Sixty Icon Future for the sector: Raab or Dubarry
As Dominic Raab was announced as housing minister, homeless charity Caritas Anchor House confirmed Amanda Dubarry as its new chief executive.
24 Housing - Posted 10/01/2018

We need a new care deal to tackle the challenges of an ageing population
Our campaign will explore social isolation, the care workforce, community responses to health and care needs, and what future provision could look like.
The Guardian - Posted 10/01/2018

Sixty Icon Who is new housing minister Dominic Raab?
Dominic Raab is the fourth housing minister in three years. Sophie Barnes takes a look at his background.
Inside Housing - Posted 10/01/2018

Sixty Icon Dominic Raab is the new housing minister. So what are his big ideas?
It’s safe to say the housing world has been on a bit of a rollercoaster journey over the past 48 hours.
CityMetric - Posted 10/01/2018

Sixty Icon Britain needs new towns again
We need big and bold thinking, including new towns, if we are to tackle the housing crisis, writes Benjamin Clayton.
Inside Housing - Posted 10/01/2018

Sixty Icon Non-compliant deeds causing costly delays for housing associations
A change in approach by the Land Registry is leading to documents for transferring or leasing property being rejected or slowed down, says Rachel Gwynne.
Inside Housing - Posted 10/01/2018

Judith Blake: Cities require freedoms to deal with population change
“Cities are where people come together”, said one delegate at a recent Core Cities UK roundtable to which faith leaders from across our 10 urban areas were invited.
LGC (register) - Posted 10/01/2018

Sixty Icon Housing is About Our Human Rights. So What’s the New Housing Minister’s Record Like?
As PM Theresa May puts the finishing touches to her new cabinet, we’ve been taking a look at some of the new key players for our human rights in 2018.
Rights Info - Posted 10/01/2018

Jeremy Hunt has raised the stakes in how history will judge him
As well as overseeing the NHS’s 70th birthday celebrations, the health and social care secretary will take charge of long-awaited reform.
The Guardian - Posted 09/01/2018

Sixty Icon A healthy approach to 2018 - policy developments to look out for
Ian Welsh explores the health and social care developments to expect in Scotland this year.
Third Force News - Posted 09/01/2018

Sixty Icon What Jeremy Hunt Must Do To Fix The Social Care Crisis
Before we get too carried away with the addition of “social care” to Jeremy Hunt’s job title, it’s important to remind ourselves of two things.
Huffington Post - Posted 09/01/2018

Sixty Icon The rebranded DCLG: what’s in a name?
Jules Birch argues that the renaming of the government department in charge of housing in England is significant.
Inside Housing - Posted 09/01/2018

Sixty Icon SRS CEOs – archetypal submissive sycophants
I am being deadly serious as the UK social housing sector is as submissive as you can get in the relationship it has with Government housing ministers.
SPeye - Posted 09/01/2018

Sixty Icon National Housing Federation response to cabinet reshuffle
In response to the appointment of Rt Hon Sajid Javid MP as Secretary of State for Housing, Communities and Local Government.
National Housing Federation - Posted 09/01/2018

Sixty Icon Dominic Raab and what he means for housing
The king is dead, long live the king. Or, in this case, Esher and Walton MP Dominic Raab, the successor as English housing minister to Alok Sharma.
See Media - Posted 09/01/2018

Sixty Icon Dominic Raab: The doubt of the benefit
Track record of new housing minister signals limited horizons.
24 Housing - Posted 09/01/2018

Sixty Icon Health and Social Care – Together at Last!
Finally, the penny drop... health and social care are better together!
Age UK London - Posted 09/01/2018

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