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Affordable housing: expanding the horizon
This will be a year of change for the affordable housing market with many housing associations diversifying into outright sale to reinforce their managed stock.
Place North West - Posted 06/01/2018

Sixty Icon Halton housing demonstrate an innovative response to universal credit - Nick Atkin
In June 2013, Halton Housing faced a dilemma. We knew Universal Credit (UC) was heading our way and that we would need to collect from individual customers up to 65% of the income that had previously been paid directly to us.
National Housing Federation - Posted 06/01/2018

Sixty Icon Tories remove the right to house women fleeing domestic violence and abuse
All domestic violence and abuse refuges will close due to Tory policy and the Tories still don’t see their incompetence in removing the legal right to housing costs being met for domestic violence and abuse survivors.
SPeye - Posted 05/01/2018

Sixty Icon Housing policy has been failing for 30 years. Here’s how Labour respond
In the early 1980s homelessness was not a problem. Then came Right to Buy and restrictions no obligation on councils to replace like for like. This had the effect of reducing construction work for local building firms, many of which ceased trading.
LabourList - Posted 05/01/2018

A brave and bold new world: my vision for social care
The green paper should put care at the heart of communities and invest in the people and innovations that will deliver it.
The Guardian - Posted 05/01/2018

Removing rough sleepers from Windsor's streets won't solve the problem
Homelessness is a structural issue. Criminalising vulnerable people will deprive them of the help they need and won’t tackle the root causes.
Guardian Housing Network - Posted 05/01/2018

Sixty Icon Predicting the unpredictable
It is an age old tradition to visit a fortune teller. Here, we assemble housing professionals to gaze into a crystal ball and tell us what the future may hold.
24 Housing - Posted 05/01/2018

Sixty Icon What works in addressing rough sleeping?
Sarah Johnsen and Jenny Wood highlight key conclusions from an international evidence review of ‘what works’ in addressing rough sleeping.
I-Sphere Research and Policy Blog - Posted 05/01/2018

Time to act on equality
Editor Emma Maier urges Inside Housing readers to take up the Inclusive Futures challenge and promote greater diversity in the sector.
Inside Housing - Posted 05/01/2018

Sixty Icon Racial equality rose up the agenda last year, but there is much more to do in 2018
BME communities need greater support in these troubled times, writes Cym D’Souza.
Inside Housing - Posted 05/01/2018

Sixty Icon The sector needs to be more visible on leadership inclusivity
Social landlords no longer have a great story to tell on diversity – and that needs to change, says Steve Douglas.
Inside Housing - Posted 05/01/2018

Sixty Icon Empty homes, vacant stats and a bugbear
Happy new year! And don’t the Liberal Democrats know how to celebrate, with a widely reported press release calling the number of empty homes in the UK a “scandal”.
Lattepapa Policy - Posted 05/01/2018

The NHS is under threat. Only a new model of care will save it
The government’s refusal to embrace prevention rather than treatment as the way forward is putting Britain’s greatest post-war achievement in jeopardy.
The Guardian - Posted 05/01/2018

Patients and staff suffering in the NHS crisis
Milan Svanderlik recounts his experience in A&E, Dr John Hurdley says there is nothing more inefficient than the cancellation of routine surgery, and another correspondent says her severely unwell son was put on palliative care only.
The Guardian - Posted 05/01/2018

The Guardian view on Windsor’s homelessness: a parable of modern Britain
Much about Tory Britain is revealed by a council leader’s view that police should clear up evidence of social decay.
The Guardian - Posted 05/01/2018

The royal wedding must not be used to drive out rough sleepers
I’ve been homeless. Ahead of Prince Harry and Meghan’s big day, Windsor council has no excuse for its callousness towards the most vulnerable.
The Guardian - Posted 05/01/2018

Benefits ordeal has left me ashamed of my country
When Gillian Tarn offered to help vulnerable friends navigate the benefits system, she could not believe the draconian and inhuman system she encountered.
The Guardian - Posted 05/01/2018

Theresa May needs two Cabinets if she wants to drive through Brexit and fix the housing crisis
This week, Theresa May declared it her “personal mission” to fix Britain’s housing crisis, a pledge she has made several times over recent months. So far, though, the Government’s policies to address the country’s chronic homes shortage have been weak and counter-productive.
The Telegraph (register) - Posted 05/01/2018

YouGov just polled nearly 8,000 people to prove the existence of the English Midlands
YouGov, a pollster so committed to attracting the attention of journalists that it once literally polled an argument that Stephen Bush and I were having in the office, is at it again.
CityMetric - Posted 04/01/2018

Sixty Icon Poverty sets children up for a life of disadvantage. Let's tackle it in 2018
It is scandalous that a third of children in the UK live in poverty. This year, Brexit must not distract the government from forming a proper strategy to deal with it.
The Guardian - Posted 04/01/2018

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