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Sixty Icon PDF: Housing for older people - Second Report of Session 2017–19
It is a well-known fact that we have an ageing population. But what steps are we taking to ensure that the housing on offer for older people now and in the future is suitable? - Posted 09/02/2018

MPs urge more housing help for elderly
Older people should be given more help with housing to help them stay healthy and reduce the need for residential care, a committee of MPs has said.
BBC - Posted 09/02/2018

Sixty Icon Housing services 'should be the equal' of health and social care
Report recommends a new national strategy recognising the link between homes, health and social care.
24 Housing - Posted 09/02/2018

Sixty Icon PDF: Healthy Homes: Accommodating an Ageing Population
Despite the global perils of famine, accident, violence and infectious disease, most of us will die from a chronic or degenerative disease linked with old age.
Institution of Mechanical Engineers - Posted 08/02/2018

Sixty Icon Merger approved for Lincolnshire associations
Shoreline and Boston Mayflower will create a new 12,700 home landlord – Lincolnshire Housing Partnership.
24 Housing - Posted 08/02/2018

Sixty Icon Council backs down over decision not to rehouse Grenfell neighbours
Nearly nine months of uncertainty over for traumatised residents of neighbouring blocks.
24 Housing - Posted 08/02/2018

Sixty Icon Failed again: Only a fifth of the affordable homes needed in London built last year, with just seven in Kensington & Chelsea
London should build 66,000 new homes every year, including 40,000 that should be affordable. But these targets are still nowhere near being met.
Homes & Property - Posted 08/02/2018

Community led housing gets £1m boost
Six organisations will use the funding to provide support and advice to community-led housing groups.
24 Housing - Posted 07/02/2018

Sixty Icon Borough brands Khan’s ‘first dibs’ scheme a missed opportunity
Wandsworth says its own scheme is three times more generous.
24 Housing - Posted 07/02/2018

Sixty Icon Social housing is being driven by profit. Tenants must fight back
As residents of Peabody and Family Mosaic, we fear losing our rights if the two housing associations become one.
Guardian Housing Network - Posted 07/02/2018

Sixty Icon Nationwide Foundation gives £1m to help grow community housing
The grant will benefit six organisations as part of the Foundation's Decent Affordable Homes strategy.
Co-operative News - Posted 07/02/2018

Sixty Icon Access denied: the disabled millennials who can’t find adapted affordable housing
Meet the disabled millennials stuck living with their parents because of the lack of housing options. Sarah Graham reports.
Inside Housing - Posted 07/02/2018

Social housing service charges to rise in Bournemouth
A rise in service charges for social housing tenants will be discussed by Bournemouth council on Wednesday.
Bournemouth Echo - Posted 07/02/2018

Bradford housing benefit claimants face 3-week wait
New housing benefit applicants in Bradford are having to wait more than three weeks for their claims to be processed.
Telegraph and Argus - Posted 07/02/2018

Sixty Icon Grenfell Tower: Residents in surrounding estate told to pay rent despite one-fifth living in hotels due to no gas or hot water
Exclusive: 'RBKC are yet again demonstrating how out of touch they are,' says one tenant who says he has been unable to move back home since the tragedy.
The Independent - Posted 07/02/2018

Sixty Icon Man, 95, in hospital after being told to pay share of £2m bill to remove cladding
Son says his father has no way of raising money because his flat is unsaleable due to fire risk.
The Guardian - Posted 07/02/2018

PDF: Precarious lives: Exploring lived experiences of the private rented sector in Salford
Today the private rented sector is the second largest tenure in England, second only to owner occupation
Salford City Council - Posted 06/02/2018

Single housing regulator called for by Ombudsman Services chief
Speaking to Mortgage Strategy after the Ombudsman Services’ announcement today that it plans to pull out of its role in the property sector by August 6, chief executive Lewis Shand Smith highlighted other ways in which the Government could improve the experience of home owners and tenants.
Mortgage Strategy - Posted 06/02/2018

Sixty Icon Mayor makes plea for more government action on PRS conditions
City boss says tenants “forced” into lower end rental need better understanding from policy makers after research shows some 10% of PRS stock in his city as below a decent standard.
24 Housing - Posted 06/02/2018

Sixty Icon Leeds City Council set to provide £3m housing boost
The need for affordable and supported housing for the city’s vulnerable residents could be given a boost in a loan deal with the council.
Yorkshire Evening Post - Posted 06/02/2018

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