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Sixty Icon Housing ‘cannot afford to be complacent’
NHF Finance conference hears about the economic landscape the sector is working in.
24 Housing - Posted 14/03/2018

Remortgaging hits nine-year high: UK Finance
There was a spike in remortgage activity in January, with the number of loans arranged hitting a nine-year high, according to the latest figures from UK Finance.
Mortgage Strategy - Posted 14/03/2018

Dewsbury named as one of the fastest-moving property markets in the country
Newport in South Wales has been identified as Britain's fastest-moving property market, with the average length of time it takes to find a buyer in the city having been slashed by nearly a third over the past year.
Yorkshire Evening Post - Posted 14/03/2018

Rents increased by 1.2% year on year in the UK in February, latest index shows
Rents in the UK rose by 1.2% in February compared with the same month a year ago, taking the average monthly rent £906, the latest national rental index shows.
Property Wire - Posted 14/03/2018

Sixty Icon PDF: HomeLet Rental Index - February 2018
Rents in the UK rose by 1.2% in February compared to the same month a year ago; the average monthly rent now stands at £906 a month.
Homelet - Posted 14/03/2018

Sixty Icon Five English councils told to adopt integration plans
Five English councils have been told they must adopt new integration plans to deal with problems of segregation.
BBC - Posted 14/03/2018

Infrastructure funds on the road to uncertainty
Political risk threatens - but there are still some investment opportunities.
Financial Times (register) - Posted 14/03/2018

House prices continue to rise in Stoke-on-Trent
Homeowners in Stoke-on-Trent will be pleased to hear that the price of housing is continuing to rise year after year.
StaffsLive - Posted 14/03/2018

Sixty Icon PDF: All City House Price Index - January 2018
New figures released by UK Cities House Price Index, 65 cities snapshot.
Hometrack - Posted 14/03/2018

Sixty Icon MIPIM 2018: Northern leaders champion collaboration
Council leaders and chief executives from Manchester, Leeds, Liverpool, Newcastle and Sheffield came together at MIPIM to discuss 'the essence of northern living'.
Manchester Evening News - Posted 14/03/2018

Nightmare neighbours among top reasons to move home
Nightmare neighbours are among the top reasons why people are looking to move home, a survey has found.
Mail Online - Posted 14/03/2018

Sixty Icon One million children could go hungry under new plans for free school meals
Government proposals to limit access to free school meals will hurt struggling families, including working households.
The Guardian - Posted 14/03/2018

British workers believe they deserve more than £5,000 on top of their current salary, poll finds
'Many employees feeling undervalued and underappreciated'.
The Independent - Posted 14/03/2018

Sixty Icon Debt charity says more than 600,000 people sought help last year
StepChange says there has been a surge in recent years in single parents seeking advice.
The Guardian - Posted 14/03/2018

Sixty Icon 'Dip in optimism' for NI private sector
The Northern Ireland private sector continued to grow in February but the rate of growth may be starting to slow, Ulster Bank data has suggested.
BBC - Posted 14/03/2018

Sixty Icon UK growth to be slowest in G20 this year, says OECD
The UK economy will grow at a slower pace than any other major advanced or emerging nation this year, according to the OECD.
BBC - Posted 14/03/2018

PDF: The impact of welfare reform and welfare-to-work programmes:an evidence review
This report examines the impact of the welfare reform and welfare-to-work programmes introduced by the 2010–15 Conservative/Liberal Democrat Coalition Government and the Conservative Government elected in May 2015.
Equality and Human Rights Commission - Posted 14/03/2018

PDF: The cumulative impact of tax and welfare reforms
Our analysis shows that, overall, changes to taxes, benefits, tax credits and Universal Credit (UC) announced since 2010 are regressive, however measured – that is, the largest impacts are felt by those with lower incomes.
Equality and Human Rights Commission - Posted 14/03/2018

One and a half million more children in poverty by 2022
Four months after releasing our interim report, we have today released our final cumulative impact assessment, exposing how much individuals and households are expected to gain or lose, and how many adults and children will fall below an adequate standard of living, as a result of recent changes to taxes and social security.
Equality and Human Rights Commission - Posted 14/03/2018

Sixty Icon Austerity will have cast an extra 1.5m children into poverty by 2021
Lone-parents, disabled children and ethnic minorities will be among worst-hit, says EHRC.
The Guardian - Posted 14/03/2018

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