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Sixty Icon Homelessness minster gets actual insight into homelessness
Heather Wheeler said she didn’t know why homelessness was rising – a frontline visit might have left her a little wiser.
24 Housing - Posted 22/03/2018

Sixty Icon Grenfell survivors ask judge to rule on cladding compliance
Survivors of the Grenfell Tower fire have asked the judge leading the inquiry to rule on whether cladding materials used on the tower complied with building regulations.
Inside Housing - Posted 22/03/2018

Sixty Icon Northamptonshire County Council's chief leaves post
The interim chief executive of a cash-strapped council is to leave his post by "mutual consent".
BBC - Posted 22/03/2018

Sixty Icon Grenfell survivors request access to information from inquiry
Bereaved families and survivors of the Grenfell Tower fire are concerned the inquiry set up to investigate the fire is not sharing key documents with them.
Inside Housing - Posted 22/03/2018

Sixty Icon Grenfell Tower inquiry to open with tributes to 71 victims of blaze
Relatives and friends invited to remember loved ones before main evidence sessions start.
The Guardian - Posted 21/03/2018

Sixty Icon Rough sleepers could ignore life-saving services, for fear of deportation
As the UK was hit by snow and freezing temperatures in early March, more beds in shelters were made available, and people in England and Wales were advised to use the StreetLink app and helpline to report rough sleepers.
CityMetric - Posted 21/03/2018

Sixty Icon Evacuated Welwyn Garden City residents angry at housing association response
A housing association has come under fire by Welwyn Garden City residents who were evacuated during a rooftop siege.
Welwyn Hatfield Times - Posted 21/03/2018

Sixty Icon Who will foot the bill to prevent people becoming homeless?
New law will compel councils to prevent evictions and rough sleeping. But this comes at a price local authorities will struggle to afford.
The Guardian - Posted 21/03/2018

Evicted rough sleepers leave central London squat
Occupants took their belongings into the street as they left during the month’s second cold snap.
Belfast Telegraph - Posted 21/03/2018

Sixty Icon Sure Start funding halved in eight years, figures show
Local authority cuts have meant a £763m funding slump for early childhood service.
The Guardian - Posted 21/03/2018

Sixty Icon Grenfell inquiry to have most core participants in UK history
Preliminary hearings resume with more than 530 accredited individuals and organisations.
The Guardian - Posted 21/03/2018

Joined-up approach key to tackling homelessness in Warwick district
A joined-up approach is key in tackling homelessness in Warwick district.
Leamington Observer - Posted 21/03/2018

Chief executive of 27,000-home association announces retirement
The chief executive of Southern Housing Group has announced he will retire later this year.
Inside Housing - Posted 20/03/2018

Sixty Icon Tom Dacey to end 47 years in housing
Long-serving chief executive at Southern Housing Group is to retire in August.
24 Housing - Posted 20/03/2018

Sixty Icon From the frontline - Lucy Hancox
Lucy Hancox, housing officer at Falcon Housing Association, talks about creating positive outcomes for tenants.
Inside Housing - Posted 20/03/2018

Sixty Icon Squatters in upmarket London property spark debate over homeless
Outside a multi-million pound property in central London a small black sign reading “The homeless are revolting, join them” is the only indication this building is involved in a dispute over how the homeless are treated in the British capital.
Reuters - Posted 20/03/2018

Homelessness organisations travel from far and wide for summit in Leamington
Around 20 different organisations met last week to discuss the homelessness issue in the Warwick District.
Leamington Courier - Posted 20/03/2018

London's homeless evicted from makeshift centre as snow returns
Some 200 people used the Sofia Solidarity Centre in capital's West End, which had launched when cold snap first hit.
Al Jazeera - Posted 20/03/2018

Sixty Icon Universal Credit claimants in Plymouth are struggling to pay rent
Official for Plymouth Community Homes admits it's a 'serious position'.
Plymouth Herald - Posted 20/03/2018

Residents support housing sites
Most people in Woodcote support plans to build 67 additional homes on six sites in the village.
Henley Standard - Posted 19/03/2018

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