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Major changes to how residents can access social housing
Drastic changes are being made to how residents can access social housing across Warrington to ensure people with the 'highest level of need' find homes quicker.
Warrington Guardian - Posted 01/03/2018

Sixty Icon ‘The only homes being built in central York are luxury apartments’, says city MP
An MP has called on Ministers to reject the long-term planning blueprint prepared by council leaders in York after claiming that only luxury apartments were being built in the centre of the city.
Yorkshire Post - Posted 01/03/2018

Council defends green belt land plan after criticism from MP
A council has come under fire over claims it is failing to protect green belt land.
Derbyshire Times - Posted 01/03/2018

Sixty Icon Association downgraded after ‘abortive’ development schemes
A 20,000-home housing association has had its governance rating downgraded after “a series of abortive schemes” hampered attempts to scale up its housebuilding.
Inside Housing - Posted 01/03/2018

Sixty Icon New group structure for Red Kite
New structure will include a property, commercial and charitable housing company.
24 Housing - Posted 01/03/2018

Council updates its housing allocation policy to help the homeless and armed forces personnel
Cheshire East Council is reviewing and updating its policy for the allocation of social housing in order to meet the requirements of the Homelessness Reduction Act 2017, which comes into force on 3 April, 2018.
Cheshire East Council - Posted 28/02/2018

Sixty Icon A1 Housing could be brought back under council control - and tenants are being asked for their views
It could save £335,000 a year, Bassetlaw Council says.
Lincolnshire Live - Posted 28/02/2018

Sixty Icon Merger gets official launch date
Shoreline Housing Partnership and Boston Mayflower will unite to form new 12,700 home landlord – Lincolnshire Housing Partnership – known as LHP.
24 Housing - Posted 28/02/2018

Sixty Icon The garden village dream
A group of North Essex councils plans to build garden settlements that would deliver 40,000 homes in the county. Deborah Talbot finds out more. Illustration by Helena Perez Garcia.
Inside Housing - Posted 28/02/2018

Nine in 10 social housing tenants say they are portrayed negatively by media
New report reveals a huge gap between perception and reality with regard to social housing tenants.
24 Housing - Posted 28/02/2018

Sixty Icon Housing group acquires 100 homes to strengthen provision of affordable properties
A West Midlands housing group has acquired a portfolio of more than 100 properties in Warwickshire to strengthen its affordable housing provision.
The Business Desk - Posted 27/02/2018

Sixty Icon Women’s safe house network makes bold money move
Hull Women’s Network has 105 properties, a waiting list of 230, and now access to significant investment.
24 Housing - Posted 27/02/2018

Sixty Icon ‘Unlock cash for social housing’ Tower Hamlets mayor urges Prime Minister Theresa May
A new social house-building era has been ignited by Tower Hamlets Council to fill a desperate shortage in London’s East End once dominated by hosing estates.
East London Advertiser - Posted 27/02/2018

Cabinet pledge to boost number of affordable homes in Wyre Forest
The council has secured funding to develop community-led housing in the district and provide Wyre Forest with more affordable homes.
Craven Herald - Posted 27/02/2018

Sixty Icon LSL New Build Index - The market indicator for New Builds Feb 2018
In the year to end January 2018 new build house prices rose on average by 9.8% across the UK which is up on last year’s figure of 5.8%.
LSL Land & New Homes - Posted 27/02/2018

Sixty Icon ‘Evicted for no reason’: the truth behind Section 21 notices
Last week, BBC One aired a Panorama documentary examining unfair treatment of tenants by landlords, with interviews with renters who had been evicted through what was described as “no-fault" evictions. But what are the rules behind Section 21?
Buy Association - Posted 27/02/2018

We need a Housing Court
The private rented sector is changing as an increasing number of people rely on it for long-term accommodation.
The Gazette - Posted 26/02/2018

Sixty Icon Westminster Council to take full ownership of housing association
Westminster Council is set to turn a housing association it established into a wholly-owned subsidiary in response to government deregulation.
Inside Housing - Posted 26/02/2018

Sixty Icon Landlords who say 'no DSS' breaking equality laws
The thousands of lettings agents and landlords around the country who reject housing benefit claimants could be flouting equality laws, due a recent legal case.
BBC - Posted 26/02/2018

People living in this council could see the council tax SCRAPPED by 2022
A town hall says it can scrap council tax in just four years, through efficiencies and investments. People living in East Hampshire, who already enjoy one of the lowest council tax rates in England, were the only people in the country to enjoy a decrease last year.
Express co uk - Posted 25/02/2018

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