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Forty per cent of homes sold under Right to Buy now in the hands of private landlords, new analysis reveals
Fresh calls for controversial policy to be suspended as thousands of homes for low income families are privatised.
The Independent - Posted 08/12/2017

Bromford and Merlin announce partnership talks
Midlands-based Bromford and South West-based Merlin are in formal talks to create a partnership which will work with nearly 100,000 customers to achieve more of what they hope for and deliver the largest housing association-led new homes programme throughout Gloucestershire and the Midlands.
Merlin Housing Society - Posted 07/12/2017

Sixty Icon Association ‘forced to act like private developer’ over regeneration scheme
Sharma challenged in the Commons over Government seemingly seeing social homes for rent and shared ownership as one.
24 Housing - Posted 07/12/2017

Sixty Icon Associations confirm £1.5bn partnership talks
Bromford and Merlin Housing are looking to build 14,000 new homes over the next 10 years.
24 Housing - Posted 07/12/2017

Sixty Icon Are your rental properties up to scratch?
New powers which will give Liverpool City Council the ability to hit criminal landlords with fines of up to £30,000 have been approved by the cabinet.
Association of Residential Letting Agents - Posted 07/12/2017

Sixty Icon Grenfell neighbours hit out over rehousing proposals
Evacuated neighbours of Grenfell Tower have hit out at council proposals that they should be treated differently to those on the general waiting list as they await rehousing.
Inside Housing - Posted 07/12/2017

Sixty Icon How selling homes for £1 empowers local councils to revive deprived communities
Only the national government can solve the housing crisis - but local authorities can make a big difference.
The Independent - Posted 07/12/2017

Sixty Icon 44% of councils have housing company, report finds
Nearly half of councils have set up a housing company in a bid to help deliver new homes, according to a new report.
Inside Housing - Posted 06/12/2017

Sixty Icon 24housing Diversity in Housing Conference & Awards 2018 - Awards Categories
24housing has been helping lead the way in promoting and encouraging more diversity in the housing sector over the past couple of years.
24 Housing - Posted 06/12/2017

Sixty Icon Plan to re-name HCA as the Grenfell Housing Commission
Former planning minister says there’s no better memorial to Grenfell victims than a re-launched agency tasked to build half a million new homes.
24 Housing - Posted 06/12/2017

Sixty Icon GLA director warns of ‘mad’ end to grant programme
The end of the current grant programme for London’s affordable housing could see huge pressure applied to housing associations, one of Sadiq Khan’s top officials has warned.
Inside Housing - Posted 06/12/2017

Sixty Icon Council ordered to pay £300 to homeless mother who complained of ‘revenge eviction’
Brighton and Hove City Council has been ordered to pay £300 to a mother who claimed she was evicted from notorious temporary accommodation in revenge for inviting a journalist to interview her there.
Brighton & Hove News - Posted 06/12/2017

Sixty Icon PDF: Square Deal for Housing
One of the basic promises of Britain’s free society is that anyone who works hard and saves up for a few years should be able buy a decent home at a price they can afford.
Square Deal - Posted 05/12/2017

Sixty Icon ALMO under threat as South West council reviews housing options
A council is considering bringing its ALMO back in-house ahead of merging with two other authorities.
Inside Housing - Posted 05/12/2017

Sixty Icon Supported housing is vital. We can't make its funding discretionary
If funding decisions over supported housing are left to hard-pressed local authorities, vulnerable people will lose out.
The Guardian - Posted 05/12/2017

Sixty Icon UC changes – ‘good start, but more needed’ say landlords
Changes to Universal Credit have made landlords more willing to rent homes to claimants, but the government needs to do more to address their concerns.
24 Housing - Posted 05/12/2017

Sixty Icon London needs a tenant’s union for ‘out of control’ private rented sector
The London Housing Campaign (LHC) says Sadiq Khan’s vision for housing in the capital has to focus on limiting rises and increasing affordability.
24 Housing - Posted 04/12/2017

Sixty Icon Shropshire Council leader reitterates 'no decision has been made' over transfer of housing stock
The leader of Shropshire Council has reiterated that a decision is yet to be reached on the future of its housing stock.
Oswestry & Border Counties Advertizer - Posted 04/12/2017

Sixty Icon Rogues' database and banning orders to come into effect in April
A database of rogue letting agents and landlords and new banning orders, first promised in the Housing and Planning Act announced almost exactly a year ago, are to come into effect from early April 2018.
Letting Agent Today - Posted 04/12/2017

Sixty Icon Renting in retirement: How feasible is it?
Home ownership can be a thing of beauty. Just as you don a pair of fur-lined slippers and spend more time on the golf course, you find you have paid off your mortgage.
BBC - Posted 03/12/2017

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