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New report from the Living Wage Commission sets out the scale of low pay in the UK
The Living Wage Commission’s first report, Working for poverty, has been released today. The report warns that the economic recovery could fail one in five people in paid employment.
Living Wage Commission - Posted 14/02/2014

Housing transactions and “fuzzy guidance”: 5 minute UK market update
The latest Residential Market update gives the latest on house prices, rental values and land prices across the UK, as well as an update on the wider trends in the UK economy and housing market.
Knight Frank - Posted 14/02/2014

Asking price index shows London is leading house price rise
Home prices are 'quick out of the blocks' this year, fuelled by low mortgage rates and the Help to Buy scheme shows the latest asking price index.
Housing - Posted 14/02/2014

Two thirds of households hit by bedroom tax are in debt
Two thirds of households affected by the bedroom tax cannot find the money to pay their rents, according to new research from the National Housing Federation.
propertytalk Live! - Posted 14/02/2014

Design - the top reason why families love their new build home
Design is the top reason homeowners gave for loving their new build homes, according to new research by NHBC (The National House-Building Council).
NHBC - Posted 14/02/2014

Sixty Icon Should responsible tenants be rewarded with a Christmas gift, ALMO asks
Tenants of an East Midlands ALMO are being consulted on proposals to bring in a scheme that rewards responsible residents.
24 Housing - Posted 14/02/2014

Sixty Icon Welsh spend on home improvements for disabled falls
Expenditure on grants to help disabled people improve their homes has fallen by nearly 20 per cent in six years Welsh local authorities, figures have revealed.
Inside Housing - Posted 14/02/2014

Sixty Icon Housebuilding forecasts – time for action on social housing
Housebuilding is set to rise by 55 per cent over the next five years, according to research published this week by property consultants Savills.
Association of Retained Council Housing - Posted 14/02/2014

Sixty Icon Places for People agrees new £100 million finance package
Places for People, is one of the UK’s largest housing providers, has agreed a new £100 million finance package with Lloyds Bank Commercial Banking to help fund its nationwide regeneration projects.
Housing - Posted 14/02/2014

Home-movers spring into action as Rightmove records busiest January ever
Emails and phone calls from home-movers on Rightmove to agents and developers broke 4 million in a month for the first time – around three enquiries were sent every two seconds in January.
Rightmoveblog - Posted 14/02/2014

Rising house prices show regions beginning to feel London's heat
The housing market is "roaring back to life" with the heat from London rippling out to begin eroding the North-South divide and uplift prices through the regions, according to the latest analysis by LSL Property Services.
Housing - Posted 14/02/2014

Sixty Icon Average monthly rent to climb above £1,000 this year
Average monthly rental costs across Britain are on track to climb above £1,000 this year, according to property firm Move With Us.
24 Housing - Posted 14/02/2014

Sixty Icon The property market winners and losers of 2014
The housing market is springing into action in 2014, with record traffic on Rightmove in January, greater mortgage availability and confidence picking up. The data shows that many are set to make 2014 the year to move into their dream home, but it won’t be good news for everyone.
Rightmoveblog - Posted 14/02/2014

Only two London boroughs have no homes at high risk of flooding, warns Assembly
The London Assembly has warned that a significant number of homes in 20 of the capital's boroughs face a "high risk" of flooding.
Housing - Posted 14/02/2014

Sixty Icon Working for poverty – Commission report
Spiralling living costs and stagnating wages are creating a 'double squeeze' on the lowest-paid groups in society, according to the interim report of a Commission that is examining the changing nature of low pay and poverty in the UK.
Poverty and Social Exclusion - Posted 14/02/2014

Sixty Icon All That Is Solid: The Great Housing Disaster by Danny Dorling – review
Extortionate house price rises. A lack of suitable homes. There is only one real solution.
The Guardian - Posted 14/02/2014

Rates to rise - but savers face yet more cuts
Markets are predicting Bank Rate rises next year - but banks are continuing to pull the best-buy accounts. The reason is simple.
The Telegraph (register) - Posted 14/02/2014

Sixty Icon UK floods: Fresh storm brings more rain and strong winds
Stormy weather is returning to the UK as engineers try to reconnect more than 25,000 properties still without electricity following Wednesday's hurricane-force winds.
BBC - Posted 14/02/2014

Sixty Icon Northern Ireland Housing Statistics 2012-2013 published
The Northern Ireland Housing Statistics 2012-2013, detailing recent trends in housing in the province, was published by the Department for Social Development today.
Belfast Telegraph - Posted 14/02/2014

Pension system 'not working', says City watchdog FCA
The UK pensions system is not working, the City watchdog has concluded following a review into the "disorderly" annuities market.
BBC - Posted 14/02/2014

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