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College shows off students' social housing ideas
A project to involve West Suffolk College students in building social housing has been unveiled with local residents invited to see the winning design.
Bury Free Press - Posted 06/02/2014

The bedroom tax loophole: a guide for councils and housing associations
A step-by-step guide for identifying cases, challenging decisions and dealing with discretionary housing payments.
Guardian Housing Network - Posted 06/02/2014

Liverpool FC's Anfield housing partner placed on regulator 'watch list'
The housing association at the centre of the planned multi-million pound regeneration of the Anfield area of Liverpool has been placed on the social housing regulator's 'watch list'.
24 Housing - Posted 06/02/2014

Politician blamed for resignations
Tower Hamlets councillor accused of attempting to veto discussions.
Inside Housing - Posted 06/02/2014

Steve Stride appeals for unity at CIH Presidential Dinner
The incoming president of the Chartered Institute of Housing (CIH) has urged politicians to work with the sector to overcome the deepening – and damaging – levels of mistrust housing professionals feel towards them.
Housing - Posted 06/02/2014

Sixty Icon Housing association placed on HCA watch list
Organisation could be at risk of breaching ‘serious detriment’ threshold.
Inside Housing - Posted 06/02/2014

Sixty Icon CIH vice president calls for 'relentless focus' on building homes
The Chartered Institute of Housing vice president has challenged housing associations to put a ‘relentless focus’ on building new homes.
Inside Housing - Posted 06/02/2014

Sixty Icon Good affordable housing promised as council halves government's rent formula
Southwark Council has committed itself to providing its residents with good affordable homes as part of a 30-year housing plan.
24 Housing - Posted 05/02/2014

Social housing review ‘needs to address councils' financial freedom'
A government review of social housing should give councils greater financial freedoms to boost development, the National Federation of Almos has said today.
Public Finance - Posted 05/02/2014

Sixty Icon LIBOR fines put to use helping armed forces veterans
Old soldiers are set to benefit from the misdeeds of bankers with the announcement that more money raised from LIBOR fines imposed on banks will go towards funding housing schemes for armed forces veterans.
Housing - Posted 05/02/2014

GGHT is proud to become a ‘Dementia Friendly' service provider and employer!
Warrington based social landlord Golden Gates Housing Trust (GGHT) has become the latest organisation to sign up to the Dementia Action Alliance, as it aims to become a dementia friendly service provider.
24 Housing - Posted 05/02/2014

Housing Association wins top award in Quality Housing Services
Hastoe has achieved the top award in the Quality Housing Services (QHS) Criteria for Excellence Assessment in all service areas, becoming one of only two organisations to reach this level.
Sustainable Homes - Posted 05/02/2014

Sixty Icon Housing officers trained to help tenants with welfare reform pressures
Housing officers in Greater Manchester and Nottingham are being trained so they are better equipped to help vulnerable tenants with the increasing financial and emotional pressures of welfare reform.
New Charter Housing Trust Group - Posted 05/02/2014

Housing staff receive specialist training to cope with tenants' 'increasingly challenging behaviour'
Housing officers are receiving extra training to cope with the increasingly challenging behaviour of tenants hit by the government's welfare reforms.
24 Housing - Posted 04/02/2014

Could a tailored in-house course benefit your organisation?
Severnside Housing, Pinnacle PSG and Notting Hill Housing tell us about their experiences of the Level 3 Certificate in Housing Practice delivered as an in-house course.
Chartered Institute of Housing - Posted 04/02/2014

Sixty Icon Former minister hits out at failure to halt social housing's decline
Former housing minister John Healey says so-called friends of social housing are not doing enough to fight its corner as the government continues to redefine what 'affordable homes' actually are.
24 Housing - Posted 04/02/2014

Government review into councils' housing spending welcomed by ALMOs
The National Federation of ALMOs has welcomed the government’s decision to launch an independent review into the role councils can play in meeting the housing needs of their residents.
24 Housing - Posted 04/02/2014

Sixty Icon Charity calls for 'major' social house building drive for families
A charity has called for a ‘major’ building programme of social and affordable homes, as part of a new report published today.
Inside Housing - Posted 04/02/2014

Local housing associations in the Tees Valley area help agencies gear up for new laws to tackle anti-social behaviour
Local housing associations in the Tees Valley area are helping drive even closer partnerships and co-operation between local agencies as they gear up for new laws to tackle anti-social behaviour(ASB).
Coast & Country Housing - Posted 04/02/2014

'Operation Podders' success
Gloucester City Homes ‘Anti Social Behaviour (ASB) Team’ and Gloucestershire Police conducted a joint evening operation in Podsmead, Gloucester, on Friday 24th January, 2014.
Gloucester City Homes - Posted 03/02/2014

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