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The Art of Creating Sustainable Lettings (AKA The Pre-Tenancy Service)
When I used to allocate properties in the “good old days”, I’d ring the local authority to ask for a nomination.
Chartered Institute of Housing - Posted 09/01/2018

Strong And Stable? Theresa May's Reshuffle Was A Big Distraction For Whitehall
After the unforced error of the Prime Minister’s reshuffle, government departments now have to spend precious time and resources changing nameplates and briefing new ministers.
Huffington Post - Posted 09/01/2018

Sixty Icon New housing can be affordable and homely if builders learn lessons from the car industry – and IKEA
For many people, the housing market is not a welcoming place. The rungs of the property ladder seem to get further and further out of reach.
The Conversation - Posted 09/01/2018

CIH congratulates new housing minister and hopes for continuity
The Chartered Institute of Housing has congratulated Dominic Raab on becoming the new housing minister and said it hopes for continuity.
Chartered Institute of Housing - Posted 09/01/2018

Sixty Icon 'It's critical people living and working in the sector help shape its future'
Over a decade since the Hills review the misconceptions about social housing remain. It's time for us to take the debate forward, says David Edwards, vice chair of PA Housing.
Chartered Institute of Housing - Posted 09/01/2018

The Tories' Waste Of Time Reshuffle Was Just A Distraction From Their Dismal Record
With the winter crisis engulfing our NHS, the living standards of hard-working people continuing to fall and Brexit plans in disarray, Monday’s alleged reshuffling has served as little more than an unnecessary distraction from the Tories’ dismal record in government.
Huffington Post - Posted 09/01/2018

New Year, New Laws – What will 2018 have in store for landlords?
Looking back at the NLA’s 2017 New Year blog, you would be forgiven to think that time stood still for a whole year.
National Landlords Association - Posted 09/01/2018

Sixty Icon Tenants should be valued as associations’ main funders
Tenants should be respected and not stigmatised, says Richard Peacock.
Inside Housing - Posted 09/01/2018

Sixty Icon Long-term empty homes require long-haul policy solutions
We need to recognise that empty homes are linked to market failure and cannot always be solved by quick-fix solutions, writes Helen Williams.
Inside Housing - Posted 09/01/2018

Jeremy Hunt has effectively been promoted. What an insult to people like me who work in the NHS every day
The internet is awash with those who believe that Hunt is in it to kill it. And if they are right, he seems to be doing very well.
The Independent - Posted 09/01/2018

Switch Brexit billions into AI to transform UK health and social care
Switching £175m a week - half the Brexiteers’ promised savings - into technology could transform UK public services.
The Guardian - Posted 09/01/2018

We need to raise taxes to fund our care needs
Until the debilitating myth of private good / public doubtful is scotched, we will not reach square one, says Bernard Cummings, and privatisation of the NHS must be ended, says Valerie Crews.
The Guardian - Posted 09/01/2018

'Nothing has changed!': The rebranding reshuffle
LGC’s commentary on the reshuffle.
LGC (register) - Posted 09/01/2018

The Yorkshire Post says: Grayling stays, Greening goes on a day of reshuffle chaos
Theresa May’s somewhat chaotic reshuffle represents the Prime Minister’s best – and potentially last chance – to revive the fortunes of the Government and Conservative Party after nearly eight years in power.
Yorkshire Post - Posted 09/01/2018

Theresa May's Botched Cabinet Reshuffle Confirms PM's Weakness - HuffPost Verdict
Justine Greening quits as Conservatives accidentally announce wrong new party chairman.
Huffington Post - Posted 09/01/2018

Trade body wary of government 'rebranding' of housing department
At least one trade body has expressed an apparent scepticism about whether the rebranding of the Department of Communities and Local Government will actually achieve anything to help issues in the rental and sales markets.
Letting Agent Today - Posted 09/01/2018

Sixty Icon Cabinet reshuffle: What does it mean for housing?
Sajid Javid has kept his job as head of Communities and Local Government and today seen housing added to his ministerial title – but what does this actually mean?
Residential Landlords Association - Posted 09/01/2018

Sixty Icon McVey back at kill off social housing too!
Esther McVey has been appointed as the new Secretary of State Work and Pensions and aside from the huge outcry this will rightly see in all disability lobbies, it also puts a further nail in the social housing coffin.
SPeye - Posted 09/01/2018

Sixty Icon Up, Up, Down, Down, Left, Right, Left, Right, B, A, Start
I’m not one for New Year resolutions, they’re not worth the booze stained paper they’re are written on.
The Housing Blog - Posted 09/01/2018

Carrying on ineptly: Theresa May left with losing pack after reshuffle
It’s business as usual for the Tory government with an A&E crisis, the Toby Young scandal and a much-heralded cabinet revamp beset by inertia.
The Guardian - Posted 09/01/2018

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