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Council warns vulnerable residents as coalition axe falls on £172m welfare grant
Islington council is warning its vulnerable residents that things are about to get tougher for them as the government axes the Local Welfare Provision Grant.
24 Housing - Posted 16/01/2014

Sixty Icon PDF: How to make effective use of adapted properties
Disabled adaptations such as level access showers and stair lifts can support elderly and disabled tenants to live independently within their homes.
Chartered Institute of Housing - Posted 16/01/2014

First-time buyers jump as homes sold hit six year high
The number of first-time buyers has jumped to one of its highest levels in six years, new figures suggest.
Inside Housing - Posted 16/01/2014

House Prices 'Risk Becoming Unsustainable'
A report warns of the consequences of the growing gulf between homes for sale and demand in some areas of the UK.
Sky News - Posted 16/01/2014

House prices risk becoming 'unsustainable' as sales hit six-year high in December
Mortgages at the fourth highest monthly level since December 2007.
The Independent - Posted 16/01/2014

Sixty Icon Rent support scheme nears 100% success rate in preventing evictions
A scheme that helps vulnerable tenants in rent arrears avoid eviction has recorded a 97% success rate for keeping people in their homes.
24 Housing - Posted 16/01/2014

Hemp and straw could be a risky choice for new build homes says NHBC Foundation report
Interest is growing in the use of natural crop-based building materials such as hemp and straw but they could be a risky choice for new homes a new report by the NHBC Foundation has found.
Housing - Posted 16/01/2014

Wolverhampton bid to save £123m could hit housing
Wolverhampton Council’s plan to cut £123 million from its £322 million budget to avoid insolvency could threaten front line housing services.
Inside Housing - Posted 16/01/2014

Sixty Icon House prices in Northern Ireland up 3.3%: First year-on-year rise in six
House prices in Northern Ireland have climbed 3.3% - the first time in six years that figures for November have shown a year-on-year increase.
Belfast Telegraph - Posted 16/01/2014

Sixty Icon Dolores Kelly: Housing allocation 'discriminates against Catholics' in north Belfast
The SDLP deputy leader has met with North Belfast residents to launch a report into 'inequality' in the area.
Belfast Telegraph - Posted 16/01/2014

PDF: Real London Lives
Real London Lives is a major new longitudinal research project following the lives and experiences of a large group of g15 housing association tenants, living across London, at a time of economic change. This includes welfare reform and the wide spread of associated public services adjusting to budgetary restraint.
Real London Lives - Posted 16/01/2014

Scottish economy grows by 0.7% in third quarter of 2013
The Scottish economy grew by 0.7% in the third quarter of last year, according to official estimates.
BBC - Posted 16/01/2014

A crisis in housing affordability: 9m Britons are using credit to cover rent or mortgage payments - and 1m use payday loans
Nearly one million cash-strapped Britons have taken out a payday loan in the last year to help cover the rent or mortgage costs, a new study reveals.
Mail Online - Posted 16/01/2014

First-time buyer numbers hit another six year high in November
The number of first-time buyers hit another six year high in November and the growing appetite for home loans is expected to continue, according to mortgage lenders.
Mail Online - Posted 16/01/2014

One in three people spend under 30 minutes choosing a new home
And two thirds of people looking at properties online say they have no intention of buying or selling.
The Independent - Posted 16/01/2014

Sixty Icon Biggest jump in house price confidence among homeowners in the North
UK homeowners predict 7.2 per cent increase in property prices in the first six months of 2014.
The Independent - Posted 16/01/2014

Sixty Icon Taylor Wimpey boss Pete Redfern warns against 'Help to Buy' extension
Taylor Wimpey chief Pete Redfern has warned against any long-term extension to the Government’s Help to Buy scheme, currently fattening sales and profits across the housebuilding sector.
The Independent - Posted 16/01/2014

Sixty Icon Fracking fears as landowners lay claim to ancient rights
Land Registry receives 73,000 applications claiming historical land rights, raising concerns that landowners could use them to allow fracking under people’s homes.
The Telegraph (register) - Posted 16/01/2014

Sixty Icon Rics warning over "unsustainable" house price rises
Property price rises could become "unsustainable" in some areas unless more homes become available, according to the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS).
BBC - Posted 16/01/2014

Sixty Icon UK home sales highest for six years, says Rics
The number of UK homes sold per surveyor has more than doubled since the depth of the housing market downturn, a survey suggests.
BBC - Posted 16/01/2014

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