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Sixty Icon Municipal Housing in Manchester before 1914: tackling ‘the Unwholesome Dwellings and Surroundings of the People'
Manchester has been described as the ‘shock city’ of the Industrial Revolution and if you lived in Ancoats it was, indeed, pretty shocking.
Municipal Dreams - Posted 18/02/2014

Rural price rises lag behind urban counterparts, property website claims
The average asking price of homes currently on the market for sale in towns and cities across England has gone up by 12.9% over the last twelve months compared to an increase of only 8.3% for properties in the countryside over the same period, it said.
Housing - Posted 18/02/2014

Average UK house price hits £250,000, ONS says
The average price of a house across the UK has hit £250,000 for the first time, according to official figures.
BBC - Posted 18/02/2014

ONS reveals average UK house now costs £250,000
Britain faces a “two-speed” housing market, with prise rises in the UK lagging ever-further behind London, with first-time buyers also facing faster and sharper prices rises than existing owners, according to the latest figures from the Office for National Statistics (ONS).
Housing - Posted 18/02/2014

Sixty Icon Boris must do better
The London Assembly report calling for Boris Johnson to beef up his homelessness strategy is right, says Heather Spurr.
Inside Housing - Posted 18/02/2014

Scottish Government seeks views on Home Report
The Scottish Government is inviting people who have bought or sold their homes to put forward their views on how the Home Report can be improved or adapted to suit the needs of buyers and sellers in the current housing market.
Housing - Posted 18/02/2014

Sixty Icon Minister calls for housing sector in Wales to take action to tackle anti-social behaviour
The Minister for Housing and Regeneration, Carl Sargeant, has challenged the housing sector in Wales to adopt a more robust approach in preventing and responding to anti-social behaviour and domestic violence in Wales.
Housing - Posted 18/02/2014

House prices for first-time buyers rise 7.4% in a year
The house prices paid by first-time buyers paid have increased 7.4 per cent in a year, according to the latest government figures.
Inside Housing - Posted 18/02/2014

7,000 extra households had bedroom tax help in December
Nearly 7,000 Scottish households hit by the bedroom tax claimed emergency housing help during December 2013, a new official report has revealed.
24 Housing - Posted 18/02/2014

Sixty Icon Counting the Cuts
This report, published on behalf of the Campaign for a Fair Society, summarises the impact of the UK Government's cuts programme.
The Centre for Welfare Reform - Posted 18/02/2014

Sixty Icon PDF: House Price Index, December 2013
UK house prices increased by 5.5% in December 2013 compared with a year earlier, up from 5.4% in November 2013.
Office for National Statistics - Posted 18/02/2014

Sixty Icon UK inflation falls to 1.9% in January
The UK's inflation rate, as measured by the consumer prices index, fell to 1.9% in January.
BBC - Posted 18/02/2014

Housing benefit 'spare room' rebates for 3,000 in West Midlands
At least 3,000 tenants in the West Midlands are set to be eligible for rebates after having benefits wrongly cut because they have extra bedrooms.
BBC - Posted 18/02/2014

Sixty Icon Landlords forced into balancing act between lenders and tenants
Landlords are absorbing losses from rental arrears in order to keep up buy-to-let mortgage payments, government statistics have indicated.
Mortgage Solutions - Posted 18/02/2014

Living standards - employers, be afraid, be very afraid
Duncan Brown shares his alarm at predictions on workforce reward.
CIPD - Posted 18/02/2014

Sixty Icon Construction firm reports slump in profits due to 'high competition'
Morgan Sindall has reported a slump in pre-tax profits which it says is due to ‘high competition’.
Inside Housing - Posted 18/02/2014

'Homeowners should downsize to cash in and ease housing crisis'
Older homeowners who downsize their property could release an average of £100,000 and save £2,000 a year by reducing their household running costs, a new website has claimed.
24 Housing - Posted 18/02/2014

Crown Estate defends itself after missing affordable targets
The Crown Estate has defended itself in the wake of revelations that it misses affordable housing targets on its developments.
Inside Housing - Posted 18/02/2014

Sixty Icon PDF: Analysing the impact of the UK Government's welfare reforms in Wales –Stage 3 analysis
This report includes analysis that has been undertaken by the Welsh Government as part of Stage 3 of the programme of research to assess the impact of the UK Government’s welfare reforms in Wales.
Welsh Government - Posted 18/02/2014

Biggest rise in house prices for seven years
The asking prices of house owners selling properties has risen by the biggest amount for seven years.
Express co uk - Posted 18/02/2014

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