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Sixty Icon Council tenants vote for autonomy
The tenants of a south London council housing estate have voted in favour of creating a tenant managed organisation (TMO) for their area.
24 Housing - Posted 04/04/2014

Sixty Icon The right to buy deficit
The government promised that all social homes lost to its revamped right to buy would be replaced. But two years in, the numbers aren’t adding up. Pete Apps investigates.
Inside Housing - Posted 04/04/2014

Landlords building homes on 'who you know' basis, says expert
Housing associations are building homes for disabled and vulnerable people on a ‘who you know’ basis, an expert has said.
Inside Housing - Posted 04/04/2014

Sixty Icon Number of social housing tenants swapping homes due to bedroom tax up by a quarter
The number of social housing tenants using home-swapping services as a result of welfare reform has risen by a quarter in the last 12 months, according to new figures.
24 Housing - Posted 04/04/2014

Sixty Icon Islington Council claims victory in battle over 'affordable rent' as Berkeley Homes drops £4 million demand
Islington Council has claimed a minor victory in its battle against 'affordable rent' housing in the borough after a deal was struck with developer Berkeley Homes over its 1,000-home City Forum scheme.
24 Housing - Posted 03/04/2014

Octavia Housing teams up with YourCredit Union to offer tenants saving at competitive rates
Octavia Housing is teaming up with Kensington-based YourCredit Union in a bid to drive out doorstep lenders and to offer its tenants saving at competitive rates.
Housing - Posted 03/04/2014

It's all happening at 'The Big Event'
Housing Associations across Oxfordshire came together at ‘The Big Event’ to help residents find the housing, employment and money advice they need to stay ahead.
Sovereign Housing Association Limited - Posted 03/04/2014

Employment project shortlisted for national award
A County Durham housing association has been shortlisted for a prestigious, national award after helping more than 100 residents into employment.
24 Housing - Posted 03/04/2014

Welfare Reforms Bedroom tax a year on: Families hungry and hard up
Hundreds of residents are being referred to food-banks by housing associations, as the impact of Government welfare reforms continues to hit families on Merseyside.
Halton Housing Trust - Posted 03/04/2014

Charitable status for WFCH promises more homes and jobs
Wyre Forest Community Housing, part of The Community Housing Group, has been converted a Charitable Industrial and Provident Society from 1 April 2014.
The Community Housing Group - Posted 02/04/2014

Homes for Haringey retains Britain's Top Employer award
The Top Employers certification is only awarded to organisations that achieve the highest standards of excellence in employee conditions, and Homes for Haringey was first certified by the CRF Institute as Britain’s Top Employer back in 2010.
Homes for Haringey - Posted 02/04/2014

Sixty Icon Bromford: creating opportunities for customer employment
Social housing providers can and often do work closely with their own customers to build employability skills but how many actually employ their own customers?
Chartered Institute of Housing - Posted 02/04/2014

Sixty Icon Move into private rented sector 'a natural step' for ALMOs
Two thirds of housing ALMOs plan to be working in the private rented sector by the end of the year, according to a report published today.
24 Housing - Posted 02/04/2014

Sixty Icon Housing association unveils future vision
A housing association has set out its vision for the future, including plans to build 1,500 new homes by 2020.
24 Housing - Posted 02/04/2014

Merger go-ahead for Midlands landlords
Two housing associations were given the go-ahead to become a joint organisation from the Homes and Communities Agency yesterday.
Inside Housing - Posted 02/04/2014

Sixty Icon Miller Rosenfalck LLP announces the launch of a specialist social housing litigation boutique BBMR
International business law firm Miller Rosenfalck LLP has announced the launch of BBMR, a specialist social housing litigation boutique.
Housing - Posted 02/04/2014

City West Housing Trust buys homes in Little Hulton from Great Places Housing Group
City West Housing Trust has purchased 78 homes in the Little Hulton area of Salford from Great Places Housing Group.
Housing - Posted 02/04/2014

Celebrating 20 Years of Progress
Today, (1 April 2014), marks 20 years since the biggest large scale voluntary stock transfer of social housing in the North West, which led to the creation of the UK’s leading supported housing provider, and the formation of one of Lancashire’s best known housing organisations, Progress Housing Group.
Progress Housing Group - Posted 02/04/2014

Cinderford's new development -first residents: 31st March 2014
Five Two Rivers Housing families are the first to move into the new King's Lodge development in Cinderford, which sees 92 stunning homes replace an unsightly abattoir building.
Two Rivers Housing - Posted 01/04/2014

Introducing Places for People Leisure
It is with great excitement that we unveil our new name, Places for People Leisure.
Places for People Leisure - Posted 01/04/2014

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