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UK gas supply warning ceases as cold snap continues
National Grid's first "gas deficit warning" for eight years has been withdrawn.
BBC - Posted 02/03/2018

Sixty Icon London housing group receives multimillion European funding
A London housing group has received European funding to share its knowledge and inspire more communities to become ethical housing developers.
Open Access Government - Posted 02/03/2018

Learndirect case highlights ‘too big to fail’ concerns over Government contracts
The Public Accounts Committee said thousands of apprentices have been let down by the company which has been given huge amounts of taxpayers’ money.
Belfast Telegraph - Posted 02/03/2018

Government plans to help those overpaying for energy
On 26 February, the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy announced in a written statement to parliament that they plan to introduce a cap to domestic energy bills to help protect the most vulnerable from overpaying for their energy needs.
Association of Residential Letting Agents - Posted 02/03/2018

Sixty Icon If leaseholds are toxic, could this little-known alternative be the answer?
Plans are already afoot to ban leaseholds on all newly built homes in Britain, with the practice branded "feudal". But uptake on a little-known alternative remains poor.
The Telegraph (register) - Posted 02/03/2018

Manufacturing growth slips, as suppliers fail to keep up with demand
Growth in manufacturing production hit its slowest pace for nearly a year in February, as suppliers failed to keep pace with demand.
The Telegraph (register) - Posted 02/03/2018

Back in black: UK in current budget surplus as IMF says Osborne was right to cut spending
Britain is now running a current budget surplus as tax revenues cover all day to day spending, for the first full year since 2001.
The Telegraph (register) - Posted 02/03/2018

Richest UK households 'should pay more to fund clean energy'
Government-funded researchers urge change in way clean energy is funded to reduce burden on poorest households.
The Guardian - Posted 02/03/2018

Council tax rises to boost bills by £81 in England
Survey reveals impact of financial woes faced by local authorities after funding cuts.
The Guardian - Posted 02/03/2018

Sixty Icon Gas supply warning continues amid icy weather
National Grid has said its first "gas deficit warning" for eight years will remain in place overnight.
BBC - Posted 02/03/2018

Sanctuary secures £200m Private Placement
Sum will support plans to build more than 30,000 new homes over the next 10 years.
24 Housing - Posted 02/03/2018

PDF: Spending needs, tax revenue capacity and the business rates retention scheme
Recent years have seen big changes to the local government finance system.
Institute for Fiscal Studies - Posted 02/03/2018

100% business rates retention may lead to divergences in English councils’ funding without promoting growth
The government plans to increase the share of business rates English councils retain from 50% to 75% in 2020, and is piloting 100% retention in parts of the country.
Institute for Fiscal Studies - Posted 02/03/2018

Sixty Icon UK mortgage approvals see biggest surge in nearly three years - BoE
Britain’s housing market perked up at the start of 2018 with the sharpest increase in the number of mortgages approved for house purchase in nearly three years, Bank of England figures showed on Thursday.
Reuters - Posted 01/03/2018

Sixty Icon Sanctuary agrees £200m private placement
One of the UK’s largest housing associations, Sanctuary, has borrowed £200m from North American-based investors in a private placement deal.
Inside Housing - Posted 01/03/2018

‘Sharp rebound’ in mortgage approvals for home buyers
The number of mortgage approvals being made to home buyers jumped to a six-month high in January, Bank of England figures show.
Yahoo! Finance - Posted 01/03/2018

Sixty Icon House buyer demand rises by 37% as busy New Year in the property market sees more homes put up for sale
Demand from prospective buyers looking for a new home jumped by over 37 per cent last month, new figures show.
Mail Online - Posted 01/03/2018

Sixty Icon Cap rent-to-own lending like payday loans, MPs told
Charities have called for rent-to-own lending and other forms of high interest credit to have their charges capped.
The Telegraph (register) - Posted 01/03/2018

Sixty Icon Universal Credit leaves thousands of Londoners in rent arrears
More than 70% of council tenants in London on Universal Credit are in rent arrears, the BBC has found.
BBC - Posted 01/03/2018

Sixty Icon Yorkshire Dales second home tax rise plan 'killed off'
Plans to charge second home owners in the Yorkshire Dales more in council tax have been "killed off".
BBC - Posted 01/03/2018

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