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Sixty Icon Boomerang offspring damage parents' wellbeing, study finds
Grown-up children who move back home worsen parents’ quality of life, research suggests.
The Guardian - Posted 08/03/2018

Sixty Icon Scottish Government backs Housing First approach
The Scottish Government has backed the recommendations of its Homelessness and Rough Sleeping Action Group, including adopting a Housing First approach.
Inside Housing - Posted 08/03/2018

PDF: Returns home by children and changes in parents’ well-being in Europe
Co-resident adult children may be a source of emotional and instrumental support for older parents, but also a source of conflict and stress.
Elsevier - Posted 08/03/2018

Parents' lives made more miserable by boomerang generation
Adult children who return to live with their parents, the so-called 'boomerang generation', cause a significant decline in parents' quality of life and well-being, according to new LSE research.
LSE - Posted 08/03/2018

Sixty Icon First-time buyers are seven years older and pay 30 times more for a house deposit than in 1960s
The average first-time buyer is now seven years older than in 1960 - and needs to save more than £20,000 extra to be able to buy a home, a study commissioned by Keepmoat Homes has found.
Keepmoat Homes Ltd - Posted 08/03/2018

Sixty Icon A third of owners ‘would prefer a female tradesperson’
A new piece of research by the Federation of Master Builders has shown the opinions of home owners in the UK toward tradespeople.
24 Housing - Posted 08/03/2018

PDF: RICS UK Residential Market Survey - February 2018
Activity indicators continue to weaken.
RICS - Posted 08/03/2018

Sixty Icon Further fall in housing stock as demand also falls for the eleventh month
The indicators for future activity in the UK housing market remain subdued, according to the February 2018 RICS UK Residential Market Survey.
RICS - Posted 08/03/2018

Sixty Icon PDF: Happy Healthy Starts - Providing the tools to help families thrive
One in four children in the UK are growing up in ‘relative poverty’. At the time of writing, nine children in every classroom of 30 across the country are deprived of life chances.
Orbit Group Ltd. - Posted 07/03/2018

Sixty Icon PDF: Ending Rough Sleeping in Scotland - An interim report on the activity of the Homelessness and Rough Sleeping Action Group
To eradicate rough sleeping, much more has to be done to prevent people becoming at risk.
The Scottish Government - Posted 07/03/2018

PDF: Gender Pay Gap Report 2017-18
Transparency creates trust. That sentiment lies at the heart of this first publication of the data on our gender pay gap.
GOV.UK - Posted 07/03/2018

Sixty Icon Homes England pledges to combat ‘unacceptable’ 18.4% gender pay gap
The chief executive of Homes England has branded the 18.4% gender pay gap at the organisation “not remotely acceptable”.
Inside Housing - Posted 07/03/2018

Sixty Icon Scotland’s Second Steppers face a £115,000 price gap to move up the housing ladder
First-time sellers looking to take their second step on the property ladder need to find an extra £114,659, according to Bank of Scotland’s Second Stepper report.
Scottish Housing News - Posted 07/03/2018

Sixty Icon Landlords plan to sell up as buy-to-let crackdown bites
A growing number of private landlords are planning to exit the buy-to-let market, prompting fears that rents will rise sharply up as the number of homes available to rent falls.
Home co uk - Posted 07/03/2018

2018 due to be the year of the ‘savvy spender’
The concerns of the economy are trickling down into the purse strings of the younger generation as more than half said they’ll change their spending habits this year.
Your Money - Posted 07/03/2018

Sixty Icon Neighbourhood wellbeing is ‘at the heart’ of a good home
Building on the initial findings published in winter 2017, the full research report of ‘Homes & Wellbeing – breaking down housing stereotypes’ proves that social housing plays a positive role in protecting people from anxiety.
24 Housing - Posted 07/03/2018

PDF: ‘Homes & Wellbeing – breaking down housing stereotypes’ - March 2018
The link between housing and wellbeing has long been acknowledged. Commonsense tells us, and the evidence confirms, that poor quality housing significantly diminishes quality of life. Damp, cold and poor noise insulation are just some of the potential problems that stand out.
VIVID - Posted 07/03/2018

Sixty Icon PDF: Halifax House Price Index - February 2018
Annual house price growth slows to 1.8%.
Halifax - Posted 07/03/2018

UK house prices just had their first quarterly fall in nine months
House prices in the UK had their first quarterly fall for the first time in nine months, a closely-watched index has shown.
City A.M. - Posted 07/03/2018

Sixty Icon Sector divided over regulator’s post-Grenfell role
The sector is divided over whether the regulator should take more responsibility for consumer standards, a survey has shown.
Inside Housing - Posted 07/03/2018

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