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Sixty Icon Floods to push up the price of repairs contracts
Contractors could factor likelihood of extreme weather into future costs.
Inside Housing - Posted 21/02/2014

Residents love sheltered housing scheme's £33,000 makeover
Love was in the air at a sheltered housing scheme as residents toasted its 20th birthday and a new look.
Thetford and Brandon Times - Posted 20/02/2014

Tenants move into new homes in Winterton
Residents have started to move into their new homes at De Lacy Way, Winterton.
Ongo Homes - Posted 20/02/2014

Sixty Icon Only 746 green deal plans completed in a year
In the first year of green deal, government figures revealed today that only 746 plans are complete.
Inside Housing - Posted 20/02/2014

Sixty Icon Flood grants start date set for 1 April - Cameron
The government's scheme to provide grants for homeowners in England hit by floods will begin on 1 April, David Cameron has announced.
BBC - Posted 20/02/2014

Work starts on affordable homes in Dartmouth
Work has started on a new affordable housing development in Dartmouth.
DCH (formerly Devon & Cornwall Housing) - Posted 20/02/2014

In with the new
HABM finds out how Two Rivers Housing replaced 34 inefficient and structurally unsound houses with new affordable homes in Gloucestershire.
Housing Association Building & Maintenance - Posted 20/02/2014

Keepmoat updates Airey homes in Newcastle-under-Lyme for Aspire Housing
Keepmoat has refurbished 53 pre-fabricated homes in Newcastle-under-Lyme in a £2.8 million regeneration scheme for Aspire Housing.
Housing - Posted 20/02/2014

Help to Buy has increased confidence says HBF as figures show a 23 per cent jump in new homes starts
Help to Buy has helped to increase confidence in the housing market says the HBF as new figures show a 23 per cent jump in the number of new homes started.
Housing - Posted 20/02/2014

23% jump in the number of new homes started
House building starts at highest levels since 2007.
Home Builders Federation - Posted 20/02/2014

New home starts are up but we are a long way from tackling housing crisis says CIH chief
The number of new homes being built in the UK is at its highest level since 2007 according to new figures released today but Chartered Institute of Housing (CIH) chief executive Grainia Long has warned that we are nowhere near tackling the housing crisis.
Housing - Posted 20/02/2014

New house builds at lowest level since 1920s
The number of houses built in the last 12 months fell by 5 per cent compared to the previous year, according to government figures released today.
Left Foot Forward - Posted 20/02/2014

More cash-back for people carrying out Green Deal home improvements
Changes to the government’s Green Deal cash-back scheme have been announced.
GOV.UK - Posted 20/02/2014

Housing starts at six-year high, but completions fall
The number of new houses being built in England last year was the highest for six years, government figures show.
BBC - Posted 20/02/2014

House building rise tails off in last quarter of 2013
A rise in house building in England tailed off in the last quarter of 2013, as both starts and completions fell one per cent.
Inside Housing - Posted 20/02/2014

Sixty Icon London could be the blueprint for truly accessible housing for disabled people - Paul Gamble
If Boris Johnson can find a way to enforce his tried and tested housing standards, the rest of the UK should follow suit.
Guardian Housing Network - Posted 20/02/2014

PDF: House building in England: October to December 2013
House building starts and completions statistics by tenure.
GOV.UK - Posted 20/02/2014

More sinkholes will open up across Britain as the effects of flooding continue, warns British Geological Survey
A spate of sinkholes have opened up across the country as floodwater dissolves the underlying rock, while a “second wave” is likely to appear in the coming weeks as the rain stops and the ground begins to dry, the British Geological Survey warned yesterday.
The Independent - Posted 20/02/2014

Sixty Icon Faulty electricity meter clocks 'could be costing households thousands'
Consumer group warns that a number of clocks are showing the wrong time, meaning bill payers are being overcharged.
The Guardian - Posted 20/02/2014

#Ecobuild100 - the ultimate list of top 100 Twitter influencers in sustainable construction, design and the built environment
The #Ecobuild100 is now open for nominations – we are gathering entries from all sustainable construction, design and built environment oriented Twitter users, including manufacturers and service providers, end-users and industry organisations, as well as print and online media and bloggers.
ecobuild - Posted 20/02/2014

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