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Sixty Icon Sprinklers will lead to service cuts without government funding, warns CIPFA
Local government borrowing rules mean councils taking out loans to retrofit sprinklers will have to cut back on other housing spending unless the government provides funding, the Chartered Institute of Public Finance and Accountancy (CIPFA) has warned.
Inside Housing - Posted 09/01/2018

Sixty Icon Bailiffs unleashed on nearly 41,000 firms failing to pay rising business rates
Bailiffs are given power to enter premises, seize goods and sell them at public auction in order to settle business debts.
Belfast Telegraph - Posted 09/01/2018

‘Pervasive’ skill shortages across UK economy to drive up wages
Businesses across Britain are short of workers across scores of sectors and at all skill levels, putting pressure on bosses to hike salaries, recruiters are warning.
The Telegraph (register) - Posted 09/01/2018

140,000 carers miss out on £240-a-year boost to state pension
More than 140,000 carers could be missing out on hundreds of pounds a year in retirement as they have failed to take advantage of a government scheme to protect their state pension.
The Telegraph (register) - Posted 09/01/2018

Don’t panic: Consumer debt boom is driven by rich borrowers, not the vulnerable poor
The boom in consumer borrowing is driven by Britons with strong credit ratings, not the vulnerable borrowers who would worry regulators the most, Bank of England and Financial Conduct Authority researchers have found.
The Telegraph (register) - Posted 09/01/2018

Higher business rates have led to local councils unleashing bailiffs on 41,000 companies for lack of payment
Two London boroughs - Hounslow and Lewisham - had the highest bailiff referrals.
The Independent - Posted 09/01/2018

Sixty Icon UK consumers trapped in credit card debt for longer than thought
Bank of England and financial watchdog found 89% of card debt was held by consumers also in debt two years ago.
The Guardian - Posted 09/01/2018

Cost of living squeeze dents Christmas high street spending
British Retail Consortium blames inflation for meagre rise in spending on gifts with shoppers spending more on essentials.
The Guardian - Posted 09/01/2018

Sixty Icon Rising food costs leave little room for festive splurge
Rising food costs meant consumers had little left over to spend on a festive splurge, industry figures suggest.
BBC - Posted 09/01/2018

Stamp duty changes won’t loosen market
The cut in stamp duty for first-time buyers was good news but more needs to be done to help overcome the housing crisis, according to the chief executive of the Family Building Society, Mark Bogard.
Mortgage Introducer - Posted 09/01/2018

Havering residents surveyed by council for opinions on proposed budget savings
Havering residents have been given the opportunity to voice their opinions on the council’s budget proposals.
Yellow Advertiser - Posted 09/01/2018

Sixty Icon Research reveals 'true impact' of Universal Credit on the rental market
Some 73% of landlords still lack confidence in renting to UC tenants citing fears over arrears.
24 Housing - Posted 09/01/2018

Sixty Icon Universal Credit goes back to its future
Extensive campaigning by the RLA sees landlords able to claim direct payments again – as they could under Housing Benefit.
24 Housing - Posted 08/01/2018

Sixty Icon Shareholders to vote on Genesis and Notting Hill merger next week
Genesis and Notting Hill shareholders will vote on whether or not to approve a controversial merger at separate meetings on January 16.
Inside Housing - Posted 08/01/2018

Appetite grows for London real estate as 2016 jitters ease
Last year was an extraordinary one for London’s commercial property market. What began with deep uncertainty about the future of its investment prospects in the aftermath of the Brexit referendum ended with record deals for two of the capital’s most recognisable buildings.
The Telegraph (register) - Posted 08/01/2018

Business confidence brittle as fears mount over economy and trade
Confidence among Britain’s businesses appears brittle as fears about trade and economic growth have escalated in a trio of surveys.
The Telegraph (register) - Posted 08/01/2018

Weak pound and global growth drive manufacturing rebound
Manufacturers in the UK are celebrating a surge in growth as the strong global economy combined with the weak pound pushes up demand for British goods.
The Telegraph (register) - Posted 08/01/2018

Apprenticeship levy is ‘at breaking point’
The controversial apprenticeship levy is facing a growing backlash from businesses, with companies finding a well-meaning policy is being strangled with red tape.
The Telegraph (register) - Posted 08/01/2018

Half a million mortgages will mature in 2018: here's how you could save £600 a year
Mortgage borrowers are expected to switch to new loans in large numbers this year as existing deals expire – and many will be able to save significant sums because rates now are lower than they were when their existing deals were taken out.
The Telegraph (register) - Posted 08/01/2018

UK consumer spending in 2017 slumped to lowest level in five years, research reveals
Face-to-face spending slumped by 2.7 per cent, offsetting a rise in e-commerce spending.
The Independent - Posted 08/01/2018

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