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Sixty Icon Torus in ‘merger talks’ with city housing group
The Torus Group is in discussions over a potential “amalgamation” with Liverpool Mutual Homes, the Star has learned.
St Helens Star - Posted 12/03/2018

Sixty Icon New research recommends major increases in older people’s housing
Findings show 88% of councils likely to require at least 1,000 additional units.
24 Housing - Posted 12/03/2018

Sixty Icon Bigger flats not bungalows ‘will tempt the downsizers’
Ground floor flats in urban housing developments should be set aside for older people to encourage them to move out of larger houses, a property company has suggested.
The Times (register) - Posted 12/03/2018

Sixty Icon Reform Help to Buy to encourage more homes over profit, housebuilder Avant says
The Government flagship housing policy, Help to buy needs to be dramatically reformed in order to stop housebuilders from using it to boost their profits irrespective of how many homes they build, according Northern firm Avant Homes.
The Telegraph (register) - Posted 12/03/2018

Sixty Icon Council looking for views on renters' policy – in spite of imminent changes
The city council plans to continue offering lifetime tenancies to people living in nearly 8,000 of its homes – until Government policy will mean that needs to change.
The Oxford Times - Posted 11/03/2018

Housing ‘crisis’ call
Industry experts came to Brighton for the Chartered Institute of Housing’s Total Housing 2018 Conference.
The Argus - Posted 10/03/2018

Sixty Icon City Council to consult on a new draft Tenancy Strategy and Tenancy Policy
The City Council has developed a new draft Tenancy Strategy and Tenancy Policy 2018-2023 to replace the existing one which expires this year.
Oxford City Council - Posted 10/03/2018

Sixty Icon Council complaint against developer PR campaign rebuffed
A council’s official complaint against a PR company for allegedly “misleading” residents about its plans for a site has been rejected.
Inside Housing - Posted 10/03/2018

Paul’s Bedroom Tax appeal ‘could affect hundreds’
A month after a tribunal upheld Paul Clark’s challenge against bedroom tax, he is still waiting to see if he has won.
Bury Free Press - Posted 10/03/2018

Sixty Icon Green paper ‘can’t fold’ on social housing and tenant needs
Tpas tells Government fragile tenant trust is at risk if findings from the Sharma roadshows don’t drive options for future housing policy.
24 Housing - Posted 09/03/2018

Sixty Icon ‘Widespread doubt’ across sector that housing targets can be met
New report also references a “much-reduced role” for the social housing sector in new-build housing.
24 Housing - Posted 09/03/2018

Sixty Icon Sophie’s world: meet the woman investing Homes England's £3bn fund
Sophie White is charged with investing Homes England’s £3bn Home Building Fund. Martin Hilditch finds out how she’s looking to disrupt the status quo.
Inside Housing - Posted 09/03/2018

Sixty Icon Seeing smaller associations delivering great projects is inspirational
Clare Norton highlights the dynamic work of two G320 members.
Inside Housing - Posted 09/03/2018

Sixty Icon Westminster Labour’s plan of action to stop CityWest Homes and local Housing Associations failing our residents
Residents are angry with the very poor performance of CityWest Homes, the organisation that manages the homes of council tenants and leaseholders on behalf of Westminster Council.
labourwestminster - Posted 09/03/2018

Ely and Cambridgeshire: Calls backed to encourage building of new homes on farms to help farmers retire
Calls backed to encourage building of new homes on farms to help farmers retire.
AboutMyArea - Posted 09/03/2018

Sixty Icon DCH and Knightstone complete merger
Two landlords in the South West have completed a merger to become the region’s largest housing association.
Inside Housing - Posted 08/03/2018

Sixty Icon New ethical housing company to build 10,000 new homes
Liverpool City Council is to set up a ground-breaking, ethical housing company to deliver 10,000 new homes across the city, including bespoke properties for the homeless, foster carers, large families, the elderly and people with a disability.
Regenerating Liverpool - Posted 08/03/2018

Sixty Icon “Beware of politicians bearing housing stats”: unpicking new build numbers
Well, it’s very exciting that the government has decided we need to build more houses, because before yesterday I don’t think anyone had suggested that as a solution to the housing crisis. One consequence is that we’re almost certainly going to see more politicians arguing about how many houses have actually been built.
CityMetric - Posted 08/03/2018

Sixty Icon Councils are taking control of housing delivery through mergers and housing companies
As three Dorset councils plan to merge and others set up companies and joint ventures, Matt Carroll and Graham Hishmurgh looks at what this all means for housing delivery.
Inside Housing - Posted 08/03/2018

Government reforms on housing benefit could hit West Mercia Women''s Aid's refuges
New government reforms could mean the end of housing benefit for applicants of supportive housing, putting victims of domestic violence at risk says West Mercia Women’s Aid (WMWA).
Droitwich Standard - Posted 08/03/2018

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