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Health support for homeless to reduce costs this winter
Supporting our health services – housing association plays vital role in tackling health costs of homelessness this Winter.
Riverside - Posted 13/01/2014

Social housing tenant named on New Year Honours list
A Manchester social housing tenant has been recognised on the 2014 New Year Honours list.
24 Housing - Posted 13/01/2014

Archbishop and charity highlight UK family poverty scandal
More than three million families are likely to cut back on food so they can pay their energy bills this winter, the Children’s Society has revealed today.
Ekklesia - Posted 13/01/2014

Sixty Icon Heat or eat generation: Millions of children at risk of sickness as skint parents turn off heating
The number of families turning to payday loan firms so they can pay energy bills has soared, plunging many into debt, a Mirror investigation reveals.
Mirror co uk - Posted 13/01/2014

Tenant's home repossessed after catalogue of anti-social behaviour
A Northampton social tenant has had her home repossessed after being found guilty of breaching a possession order by landlord Guinness South.
24 Housing - Posted 13/01/2014

Meet Theresa Newcombe, NHH resident since 1970
Theresa Newcombe experienced homelessness and was living in derelict housing until Notting Hill Housing (NHH) offered her a flat in 1970.
- Posted 13/01/2014

CIH appoints new chair for north east board
Jill Haley, who is chief executive of the Byker Community Trust, will take charge of the regional board for the next three years.
24 Housing - Posted 13/01/2014

Hard-working families forced to pay extra £528 extra on council tax bills to cover £2.4BILLION debt left by people who refuse to pay
Hardworking families are being forced to pay up to £528 extra in council tax every year to cover the cost of those who fail to pay their bills.
Mail Online - Posted 13/01/2014

Sixty Icon A recovery built on bricks and mortar
Bovis chief executive David Ritchie tells Elizabeth Fournier why he’s not concerned about a new UK housing bubble.
City A.M. - Posted 13/01/2014

Fergus Wilson: The landlord who wants to put 200 families out on the street
Fergus Wilson has grown rich on the benefit recipients who rent some of his 1,000 properties. So why does he want to evict them?
The Independent - Posted 13/01/2014

Benefit cap unfairly targets Londoners, complain capital boroughs
Londoners are being “unfairly penalised” by Government welfare reforms, according to the organisation that represents the 33 borough councils, since almost half of those households hit by the benefit cap live in the capital.
Housing - Posted 13/01/2014

Think Benefits Street makes shocking TV? Try living there! A worrying dispatch from the once respectable street that's been making headlines all week
George Drummond’s mid-terrace has what estate agents call ‘kerb appeal’. Neighbouring properties could do with a good lick of paint (and a lot more besides), but Mr Drummond’s home in James Turner Street, a brisk stroll from Birmingham city centre, is as neat as a pin, inside and out.
Mail Online - Posted 12/01/2014

Benefits Street shows idle feckless no marks really are of no benefit to us
Sunday Mirror columnist Carole Malone reckons Benefits Street shows scroungers up for who they really are.
Mirror co uk - Posted 12/01/2014

Video: Benefits debate: Diane Abbott and Katie Hopkins
The majority of new housing benefit claimants are in work, while more than half of welfare goes on pensions, said Diane Abbott.
BBC - Posted 12/01/2014

Basildon badly hit by the bedroom tax
Basildon is one of the towns worst-hit by the bedroom tax in the east of England, it has been revealed.
Echo - Posted 12/01/2014

Sixty Icon Bedroom Tax suicide victim Stephanie Bottrill was EXEMPT from losing her housing benefit
Her son, Steven, says Iain Duncan Smith has "blood on his hands" - people are calling for the Work and Pensions Secretary to apologise personally to her family.
Mirror co uk - Posted 12/01/2014

Bedroom tax: The "ticking time bomb" for struggling Plymouth tenants
In April last year the Government introduced one of its most controversial policies, restricting housing benefit for people with unoccupied rooms. Nine months on the so-called “bedroom tax” remains as divisive as ever – and city housing bosses are worried the strain is starting to show. Sam Blackledge reports
The Herald - Posted 12/01/2014

Buy-to-let gurus: 'Benefits tenants owe us £800,000'
Controversial landlords Fergus and Judith Wilson say they have tenants on benefits that are £800,000 in arrears.
The Telegraph (register) - Posted 12/01/2014

Woman who took her own life over bedroom tax would have been exempt
Stephanie Bottrill, from Solihull, West Midlands, left note blaming government for financial stress before her death in May 2013.
The Guardian - Posted 12/01/2014

Housing Asssociation creates new business ‘gem' in Hattersley
An unemployed, single mother of three has created her own jewellery making business, thanks to a start-up business programme delivered by Peak Valley Housing Association.
Peak Valley Housing Association Ltd. - Posted 11/01/2014

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