Sixty Icon Appeared in HousingNet News
Showing page 9 of 25,566 results for Comments & Blogs News

Sixty Icon The major fires over Christmas
Fire safety expert Sam Webb looks at three major fires over the Christmas period and what they mean for the social housing sector post-Grenfell.
Inside Housing - Posted 04/01/2018

Sixty Icon Will neglect drive Yorkshire to a Catalan-style revolt?
England’s most substantial province should be on a par with Scotland, yet devolution remains a distant dream.
The Guardian - Posted 04/01/2018

Sixty Icon In 2018 and beyond, don’t forget to build homes, not just houses
As technology progresses, housing associations must not make the mistake of prioritising construction over thriving communities, writes Matthew Gardiner.
Inside Housing - Posted 04/01/2018

Sixty Icon The super-rich in London: they live amongst us, but you won’t run into them (if they can help it)
One way of thinking about the wealthy and inequality in our cities is to consider how they circulate and engage with public spaces, to what extent are the super-rich really engaged with the city and why does this matter?
LSE - Posted 04/01/2018

The Tory ministers who ignored the NHS's plea for more funding are to blame for this winter crisis
Ministers will suspect NHS bosses of crying wolf. In fact, the very real winter pressures vindicate the request for £4bn next year by Simon Stevens, NHS England’s chief executive, ahead of last November’s Budget.
The Independent - Posted 04/01/2018

The Guardian view on the NHS winter crisis: not such a happy birthday
The health service goes into its 71st year facing bigger challenges than ever. Ministers cannot pretend they are not responsible.
The Guardian - Posted 04/01/2018

Sixty Icon A critique of the Government’s draft Lettings Fees Bill
The Government has at long last introduced the draft Lettings Fees Bill into Parliament. The bill is about to be scrutinised by the House of Commons Select Committee that cover the Department of Communities and Local Government.
Red Brick - Posted 04/01/2018

Under-reported: The issue that terrifies politicians and affects every household – social care - Julia Unwin
There are subjects we ignore because they are simply too big…
UnHerd (register) - Posted 03/01/2018

The Tories knew there would be an NHS winter crisis but did nothing
Patients have a right to know why hospitals are so underfunded but yet again Jeremy Hunt has ducked the question.
The Guardian - Posted 03/01/2018

Sixty Icon When two become one – keeping tenants at the heart of a merger
Merging providers can use technology to keep tenants at the heart of what they do.
24 Housing - Posted 03/01/2018

Council housing is not for ‘losers’
Former home secretary blames Right to Buy for stigma attached to social housing.
24 Housing - Posted 03/01/2018

Sixty Icon Social care in 2018: time to think about the future workforce
With 90,000 vacancies, recruitment and retention is social care’s most pressing issue. We are calling for a national campaign to find the right people for the job.
The Guardian - Posted 03/01/2018

Sixty Icon Local Authorities hold the key to the housing crisis
Since the 2008 financial crisis, it has been well documented that rental growth has raced ahead of wage inflation.
24 Housing - Posted 03/01/2018

Sixty Icon The benefits of digital tenancies
Your Housing Group will require all new customers to sign tenancy agreements online as it looks to digitise the customer-landlord relationship. Brian Cronin explains more.
Inside Housing - Posted 03/01/2018

Sixty Icon Small housing associations have the potential to develop
Appetite to develop is flourishing among smaller providers in London, but there are barriers too, writes Clare Norton.
Inside Housing - Posted 03/01/2018

Suspicions over accountable care organisations in the NHS
Readers respond to a Guardian article by Bruce Keogh, medical director of the NHS in England.
The Guardian - Posted 03/01/2018

Sixty Icon “He assumed I was as opposed to new housing as he was”: what a Christmas party taught me about planning
Over Christmas I went to a drinks party. Sausages, crisps, wines, some nice ham. You’ve been there, or to hundreds like it.
CityMetric - Posted 02/01/2018

Sixty Icon Housing is a human rights issue – and 2018 must be the year to address it
Homelessness is on the rise, even in the world’s richest countries. If governments are to keep their promise of housing for all by 2030, they need to act immediately.
Guardian Housing Network - Posted 02/01/2018

Sixty Icon Labour must promise ballots over regeneration
The Labour Party has launched an online survey about the state of social housing in Britain.
Socialist Worker - Posted 02/01/2018

Add surveys to housing reform
Government’s consultation must not ignore the role played by surveys.
Mortgage Strategy - Posted 02/01/2018

First Prev 7 8 9 10 11 Next Last

  • Find Housing Organisations Buy Now Housing News The HousingNet Library Export Data About Us Contact Us FAQ Privacy Policy
  • Sign up for HousingNet News
    HousingNet News is sent each weekday before 8am.
  • HousingNet Ltd. - Registered in England & Wales # 07662962 © Copyright 2018 contains public sector information licensed under the Open Government Licence v3.0. The layers on the map are adapted from data provided by the Office for National Statistics. © Crown Copyright material is reproduced with the permission of Land Registry under delegated authority from the Controller of HMSO. This material was last updated on 1st July 2017 and may not be copied, distributed, sold or published without the formal permission of Land Registry