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Sixty Icon Housing Secretary Fails To Spend £72m Affordable Homes Cash Despite UK-Wide Crisis
Cash was 'surrendered' to the Treasury as it was deemed 'no longer required' this year.
Huffington Post - Posted 28/02/2018

Sixty Icon Bidding opens for £40m funding to boost coastal communities
A multi-million pound fund to transform the UK’s coastal communities opened for its next round of bids yesterday.
Public Sector Executive - Posted 27/02/2018

Waltham Forest & Brent crowned first-ever London Boroughs of Culture
Sadiq Khan announces Waltham Forest as London Borough of Culture 2019 and Brent as London Borough of Culture 2020.
LONDON.GOV.UK - Posted 27/02/2018

All six Oxfordshire councils approve Housing and Growth Deal
All six Oxfordshire councils have now approved the Oxfordshire Housing & Growth Deal, following the vote of support at Cherwell District Council last night.
Oxford City Council - Posted 27/02/2018

Brexit law 'will strengthen devolution', claims UK minister
Changes to a proposed Brexit law on the return of powers from Brussels will "strengthen and enhance" devolution, a UK government minister has pledged.
BBC - Posted 27/02/2018

Sixty Icon Video: Housing, Communities and Local Government Committee - 26 February 2018
Subject: Private rented sector. - Posted 27/02/2018

Sixty Icon Grenfell council plans maximum tax increase amid blaze-related pressures
Kensington and Chelsea Council is to vote on proposals to increase council tax by the maximum 2.99% for the majority of the borough from April.
Belfast Telegraph - Posted 27/02/2018

Sixty Icon Lack of property register an aid to criminals, Sadiq Khan warns
The Mayor of London Sadiq Khan has hit out at the Government for delays over revealing foreign owners of UK property, calling the progress on a public register “bitterly disappointing” as he suggested the current lack of transparency could be aiding terrorism and other crime.
The Telegraph (register) - Posted 27/02/2018

Rudd urged to prevent cross-examining by domestic abusers
Charity calls on home secretary to end practice in family courts as she unveils proposals for bill.
The Guardian - Posted 27/02/2018

Theresa May will hand out £1bn in 'cash for votes' DUP deal without Parliament's prior approval
Exclusive: MPs will only vote after the money has been granted – despite the Government conceding that ‘authorisation’ is needed.
The Independent - Posted 27/02/2018

Sixty Icon Tories using Brexit to grab back devolved powers, say ministers
David Lidington’s power-sharing plans branded an ‘attack on devolution in Wales and Scotland’.
The Guardian - Posted 27/02/2018

Sixty Icon Dorset councils merger 'to go ahead' says Sajid Javid
Plans to scrap Dorset's nine councils to create two unitary authorities have been approved by the Secretary of State for Local Government.
BBC - Posted 27/02/2018

Sixty Icon Government lifts LHA cap for PRS but benefit rates remain frozen
Ministers will raise the Local Housing Allowance (LHA) cap for private sector renters for the first time since 2015 – although benefit rates will remain frozen.
Inside Housing - Posted 27/02/2018

Sixty Icon Labour councillor hoping to topple long-standing Sir Robin Wales: I'll build more social housing
The woman hoping to topple a long-standing London borough mayor has said she is determined to tackle social housing after being made homeless in her twenties.
London Evening Standard - Posted 26/02/2018

Sixty Icon Jeremy Corbyn to back 'tariff-free' Brexit in speech
A Labour government would negotiate "full tariff-free" access to EU markets for UK businesses after Brexit, Jeremy Corbyn is to say in a speech.
BBC - Posted 26/02/2018

Sixty Icon Khan told to turn up the heat on fuel poverty
London mayor pressed to push government over statistics showing 335,000 households in the capital don’t have sufficient heating.
24 Housing - Posted 26/02/2018

Extra council tax income in 2018/19 will not protect under-pressure local services
Communities across the country will see many of their local services face further reductions this year despite paying more council tax, the Local Government Association warns today.
Local Government Association - Posted 26/02/2018

Sixty Icon Council tax hikes will not stop cuts to local services, authorities warn
LGA says government budget cuts and the cost of higher wages will outweigh additional income.
The Guardian - Posted 26/02/2018

Sixty Icon Planning role to be kept separate
A council that is setting up a development company insists it will keep its role as planning authority separate.
Newark Advertiser - Posted 26/02/2018

Theresa May to set out Brexit plan after Chequers talks
PM will outline her vision for future relationship with EU in speech next Friday.
The Guardian - Posted 25/02/2018

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