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ALMO finds new home for TARA
Lisson Green Tenants and Residents Association (TARA) have opened a brand new office in the heart of Lisson Green Estate, Westminster.
24 Housing - Posted 04/03/2018

‘He made my day better’: everyday heroes emerge from snow chaos
From handing out cakes on the A1 to housing the homeless, kind acts took the chill off the weather.
The Guardian - Posted 03/03/2018

Sixty Icon 'Discharged to the streets': one homeless man's struggle in freezing London
Richard Curtis, 66, was released from hospital as a snowstorm loomed. His story is typical.
The Guardian - Posted 03/03/2018

Sixty Icon Homeless charities slam 'open season' on street people
Police and vigilantes are seeking to ‘other’ people on the street, says chief executive of Crisis.
The Guardian - Posted 03/03/2018

First tenant of Portsmouth City Council’s new Eastern Road housing project speaks out
The first tenant of a council’s new supported living housing block says his new home will ‘make all the difference in the world’ to him.
The News - Posted 03/03/2018

Sixty Icon Residents angry over zimmer frame storage ban at Priestly Court
Residents at an independent living complex in Grays have said they have been left feeling “anxious” after being told they will no longer be able to store their zimmer frames under the stairs.
Thurrock Gazette - Posted 03/03/2018

A woman walked for three miles through the snow to get to the foodbank. She is not alone
On Tuesday a lady arrived at Waterloo Foodbank, freezing and soaking, having walked three miles through the snow to get to us.
iNews - Posted 03/03/2018

Sixty Icon Salford woman evicted after a decade of bad behaviour
A Salford woman has been evicted from her home after a more than a decade of anti-social behaviour.
24 Housing - Posted 02/03/2018

Sixty Icon This is not the life I expected, says homeless Londoner forced to seek shelter in sub-zero temperatures
In sub-zero temperatures the plight of the homeless is more desperate than ever. Pippa Crerar hears from those on the streets — and those trying to help.
London Evening Standard - Posted 02/03/2018

Privileged students need to battle Oxford's homelessness crisis
As students, we’re told about becoming world future leaders, but there are pressing problems on our own doorsteps.
Guardian Housing Network - Posted 02/03/2018

Cuts to support for slavery victims in UK pose 'a mega risk of homelessness'
Government decision to slash weekly allowance could expose survivors to further exploitation, warn campaigners.
The Guardian - Posted 02/03/2018

Sixty Icon Shock as ‘lovely’ homeless bricklayer found dead in his tent during freezing weather
Locals say he was a 'lovely' man who only wanted to work.
Lincolnshire Live - Posted 02/03/2018

Sixty Icon Backing the Benefit to Society campaign
Inside Housing is backing the Benefit to Society campaign to improve media portrayals of social tenants, and we want to do our bit to help change the narrative.
Inside Housing - Posted 02/03/2018

Grenfell meetings axed for drop-in sessions after ‘too much shouting’
Public meetings about the aftermath of the Grenfell Tower disaster are being axed in favour of drop-in sessions after repeated disruption.
London Evening Standard - Posted 02/03/2018

Sixty Icon Ivor Smith obituary
Architect of Park Hill, Sheffield, the estate served by ‘streets in the sky’.
The Guardian - Posted 02/03/2018

Sixty Icon Huge swell of support for homeless charities and outreach teams
But as the public rallies round, rough sleeper deaths remain a “horrific possibility” over the big freeze.
24 Housing - Posted 02/03/2018

Sixty Icon Gutsy, organised Londoners have learned to stop gentrification in its tracks – here’s how
Gentrification started as a concept in a small sub-section of urban studies in the 1960s and 1970s.
The Conversation - Posted 01/03/2018

Sixty Icon No heating, bugs and a tiny room: Struggle of life in Hackney homeless hostel for mum and teenage son
Mothers and their children are among thousands of homeless families in Hackney forced to live in cramped single hostel rooms as the borough’s housing crisis deepens.
Hackney Gazette - Posted 01/03/2018

‘Small army’ of ex-prisoners face unsettled or unknown accommodation
Government maintains work is being done on a joint strategy to secure prison release housing.
24 Housing - Posted 01/03/2018

Sixty Icon The community that moved to Canvey Island
Two social landlords are helping ultra-Orthodox Jewish people move from London to Essex for a better quality of life. Martin Hilditch finds out more.
Inside Housing - Posted 01/03/2018

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