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NLA responds to Cabinet reshuffle
Commenting on the formation of the new Department for Housing, Communities and Local Government (DHCLG), Richard Lambert, CEO at the National Landlords Association (NLA), said: “We welcome the Prime Minister’s announcement today. Housing strategy should be at the forefront of the Government’s thinking.
National Landlords Association - Posted 08/01/2018

Cabinet reshuffle: Theresa May’s show of strength - or limitations?
Cabinet big beasts remain as shake-up of ministers gets off to inauspicious start.
The Week - Posted 08/01/2018

Sixty Icon Empty homes: if councils won't act, ordinary people should move in
Mass working-class squats of 1946 remind us that the UK housing crisis can and must be challenged by direct action.
Guardian Housing Network - Posted 08/01/2018

Hastoe responds to new housing department
Sue Chalkley responds to the creation of the Department for Housing, Communities and Local Government.
Hastoe Housing Association Ltd. - Posted 08/01/2018

Sixty Icon Homes fit for Human Habitation: Key arguments
We asked the Residential Landlords Association and the MP introducing the Bill on making Homes fit for Human Habitation on why the legislation is important.
24 Housing - Posted 08/01/2018

We need to talk about doing social care differently
Of course the money matters. But the debate about social care should be about meaning and purpose as well as who pays.
The Guardian - Posted 08/01/2018

Sixty Icon Right to Buy has had its day
The Right to Buy policy benefits few people, while stripping away the supply of affordable homes, writes Nick Atkin.
Inside Housing - Posted 08/01/2018

Sixty Icon Jayne Dowle: A crisis of imagination in our cities of empty homes
There's something you should know about the “housing crisis”. It isn’t really a crisis at all. It’s a failure of imagination and political will to bring back into use the countless number of homes standing empty and neglected across the country.
Yorkshire Post - Posted 08/01/2018

Sixty Icon ‘Shockingly disgusting‘
A union is targeting landlords across the UK, who it says are exploiting vulnerable people with poor housing. But is it encouraging people to stand up for their rights or taking the law into its own hands?
Jackson Observer - Posted 08/01/2018

As a Tory councillor, I’m ashamed that Kensington and Chelsea forgot Grenfell fire survivors this Christmas
A hotel can never be home and they are not on ‘holiday’. It is like an extended vacation that they did not ask for: a kind of impromptu prison as the chamber maids clink and clang in the process of room service.
The Independent - Posted 08/01/2018

Sixty Icon Brexit: why the UK economy hasn't led to buyer's remorse
The recession meant to make leave voters regret decision has failed to materialise – with majority of people having moved on.
The Guardian - Posted 08/01/2018

Sixty Icon Is the property ladder just a myth?
The theory is that a couple owning a starter home and considering children could afford to move into a bigger property – but with household income falling, that idea is increasingly unrealistic.
The Guardian - Posted 08/01/2018

What will it take for the government to confront pressures on the NHS?
There is no safety valve for a health service running at full throttle with frazzled staff. The potential for significant harm to patients is increasing.
The Guardian - Posted 08/01/2018

With the NHS, reality has finally caught up with Theresa May
The prime minister’s evasions and blandness used to work. But the winter crisis has left her floundering, and with no plan to end the misery.
The Guardian - Posted 08/01/2018

Student housing problems: We’ve had enough, haven’t we?
As an international student, the process of looking for a student accommodation after year one was quite scary and confusing.
Inquire - Posted 07/01/2018

The big issue: healthcare is too important to be left to the politicians
Restructuring of the NHS is essential, but the task needs to be taken out of the political arena and placed with a royal commission of experts.
The Guardian - Posted 07/01/2018

The Observer view on NHS funding
The NHS is still one of the best healthcare systems in the world. Mrs May’s apologies to patients are not enough – she must allocate them more money.
The Guardian - Posted 07/01/2018

Princes and paupers: homeless fear Windsor has social cleansing plan
The royal borough council leader’s calls for action against rough sleeping exposed the plight of the Queen’s poorest neighbours.
The Guardian - Posted 07/01/2018

How Hitler could solve our housing crisis
Thanks to the unhappy residents of Bell End, I’ve come up with a foolproof way to stop house prices soaring.
The Guardian - Posted 07/01/2018

During industry change, service still matters most
Estate agents are facing the biggest industry changes seen in decades. The rise of online and hybrid agents alongside more traditional high street outfits means that there are more agents slugging it out for a finite amount of stock.
Estate Agent Today - Posted 06/01/2018

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