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Sixty Icon PDF: Rightmove House Price Index - January 2018 - National Report
Early indicators of activity in this year’s housing market show that demand remains robust, and most of the key metrics are broadly consistent with the same period last year.
Rightmove - Posted 16/01/2018

Sixty Icon PDF: Rightmove House Price Index - January 2018 - London Report
New-to-the-market sellers have taken heed of the tougher London environment, and have launched their properties onto the market at prices 1.4% (-£8,819) cheaper than those of the previous month.
Rightmove - Posted 16/01/2018

Up to a million fire hazard tumble dryers in homes – report
Manufacturer Whirlpool slammed by MPs for “inadequate” response to defects.
Belfast Telegraph - Posted 16/01/2018

Sixty Icon Product safety flaws 'exposed by Whirlpool danger dryers'
The saga over millions of fire-risk tumble dryers has exposed a wider failure in the UK's product safety system, according to MPs.
BBC - Posted 16/01/2018

Brits spend £144,000 on 'impulse buys' during lifetime, research finds
Confectionery, clothes and takeaways among items most commonly bought on a whim.
The Independent - Posted 16/01/2018

Sixty Icon London tops ranking for highest rents in Europe for a third consecutive year
An unfurnished, mid-market, three-bedroom apartment in prime areas of London costs around £5,398 a month.
The Independent - Posted 16/01/2018

The 10 Locations Where Property Values have Increased Most this Year
New research reveals that a seaside town that is located in Somerset is the biggest winner from increases the prices of property in 2017, growing over 10 percent since January. - Posted 16/01/2018

PDF: Problem debt and low-income households
In recent years, the debt holdings of households in Great Britain have been a subject of attention and concern amongst policymakers and the general public.
Institute for Fiscal Studies - Posted 16/01/2018

Problem debt and low-income households
In recent years, the debt holdings of households in Great Britain have been a subject of attention and concern amongst policymakers and the general public.
Institute for Fiscal Studies - Posted 16/01/2018

Sixty Icon Quarter of UK's poorest households are getting deeper in debt, IFS warns
Poorest households are spending 25% of monthly income servicing debts as UK borrowing rockets.
The Guardian - Posted 16/01/2018

Cost legacy of decades-old NHS blunders begins to rise
NHS medical blunders dating back more than two decades are still costing millions of pounds a year in compensation, it has emerged.
BBC - Posted 16/01/2018

Sixty Icon The 25 Year Environment Plan: What does it mean for housing?
The Government’s 25 Year Environment Plan was published last week, to criticism and fanfare in equal measure. But does it face down its critics or live up to expectations? Here we analyse the impact of this Plan on housing and property and outline the areas where the sector needs to take action.
Sustainable Homes - Posted 16/01/2018

Sixty Icon Benefit fraud 'witch-hunt': 280,000 public tip-offs led to no action taken due to lack of evidence
Exclusive: New figures obtained by The Independent have led to critics suggesting members of the public should not have a role in identifying and investigating fraud within the welfare state.
The Independent - Posted 16/01/2018

No-deal Brexit would cost EU economy £100bn, report claims
Trading bloc would suffer more in lost output than thought, although lack of trade deal would cost UK around £125bn.
The Guardian - Posted 16/01/2018

Destitute UK asylum seekers get 80p rise in subsistence payments
Refugee groups welcome rise taking weekly payment to £37.75 but say amount leaves recipients struggling to survive.
The Guardian - Posted 16/01/2018

Carillion: The company entrenched in public life
Carillion is usually described as a construction company, its name often seen emblazoned across major projects. One of its contracts was with HS2, but it also supplied children in Oxfordshire with school dinners, maintained prison grounds in Cambridgeshire and set up a solar farm in West Sussex.
BBC - Posted 16/01/2018

Sixty Icon 18 to 21-year-old Universal Credit policy will not deliver expected savings, charities warn
A controversial government policy to deny housing benefit for 18 to 21-year-olds has only affected 4% of claimants, leading to a charities warning it will cost more than it saves.
Inside Housing - Posted 15/01/2018

Sixty Icon PDF: Renting Homes (Wales) Act 2016 – Regulations relating to Safeguarding Property in Abandoned Dwellings
The Renting Homes (Wales) Act 2016 (‘the Act’) will make it simpler and easier to rent a home, replacing various and complex pieces of existing legislation with one clear legal framework.
Welsh Government - Posted 15/01/2018

There are 28 types of benefits you could be entitled to – and here is how you can find out
From child benefit to tax credits it's always worth checking what you're entitled to.
The Sentinel - Posted 15/01/2018

PDF: Value for Money Report - Housing Hartlepool - 2015
This self-assessment statement defines our strategic approach to VfM, references the cost and quality information that we use in our assessment and describes our approach to reviewing those areas we want to improve our services to customers.
Thirteen Group - Posted 15/01/2018

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