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Sixty Icon Protesters stand up to councils in row over demolition schemes
Fuming residents took to the streets to protest against housing demolition projects.
South London Press - Posted 29/12/2017

Sixty Icon Kirklees spent more than £287,000 a year on B&Bs for people facing homelessness
The cost of homelessness proves the issue is more than people sleeping on the streets.
Huddersfield Examiner - Posted 28/12/2017

Sixty Icon Lyme Regis council refuses to support affordable housing proposal
Town councillors have refused to give their support to a proposal for affordable housing to be built in the Woodmead Halls car park in Lyme Regis.
View News - Posted 28/12/2017

Sixty Icon Poole's social housing tenants urged to share their housing concerns after Grenfell tragedy
Social housing tenants in Poole are being urged to voice any safety concerns they have about their accommodation following the Grenfell Tower tragedy.
Bournemouth Echo - Posted 28/12/2017

Sixty Icon One in five female prisoners are homeless after release, data shows
Labour attacks ‘shocking’ failure of privatised probation companies after proportion doubles in a year.
The Guardian - Posted 28/12/2017

Sixty Icon Housing crisis could push young voters to extremes, says former Whitehall chief
Bob Kerslake says failure to provide cheap social housing may boost far right.
The Guardian - Posted 27/12/2017

Sixty Icon Grenfell firm to pass responsibility for homes to council
The firm that managed Grenfell Tower says it will hand over responsibility for thousands of properties to the local council by the end of January.
BBC - Posted 27/12/2017

Delays hit Christmas cash promised to Grenfell survivors
Extra cash promised to Grenfell Tower survivors and evacuees to help cover the cost of Christmas failed to materialise for some before the festive break.
AOL - Posted 27/12/2017

Grenfell Tower management company hands responsibility back to council
Residents furious as Kensington & Chelsea TMO says it can no longer guarantee to fulfil its obligations.
The Guardian - Posted 27/12/2017

Sixty Icon Letting fee ban ‘will not cut the cost of renting’
“Tenants are being offered false hope that banning the fees they pay will make renting cheaper.”
24 Housing - Posted 27/12/2017

Grenfell Tower: More than 100 households still living in hotels at Christmas months after fire
Hundreds of households affected by the Grenfell Tower fire will still be in hotels at Christmas, it has emerged as a charity leader said survivors were “deceived” over how long it would take to rehouse them.
London Evening Standard - Posted 26/12/2017

Sixty Icon Grenfell survivors deceived by rehousing promises, charity boss says
Head of Rugby Portobello Trust says authorities’ lack of honesty on timescale is ‘more insulting than a lack of housing’.
The Guardian - Posted 26/12/2017

Sixty Icon Can brownfields solve housing crisis?
Earlier this year the 59-year-old became one of the first tenants of Telford & Wrekin's flagship NuPlace scheme to bring brownfield sites around the borough back into use to provide much-needed housing.
Shropshire Star - Posted 22/12/2017

Sixty Icon ALMO could axe 80 jobs in restructure
An ALMO in the North East is considering cutting 80 jobs as part of a cost-saving restructure.
Inside Housing - Posted 21/12/2017

Sixty Icon Lords get ‘read between the lines’ answer on future for social housing
Peers hear of a need to balance additional Autumn budget funding between affordable homes and social housing.
24 Housing - Posted 21/12/2017

Sixty Icon The Thinkhouse review of the year’s housing research
Richard Hyde, chair of a new panel set up to critique housing-related research, gives his take on the year’s publications.
Inside Housing - Posted 21/12/2017

Sixty Icon PDF: Housing - Key Topic
The UK has a housing crisis. Put simply there are too many people chasing too few homes. In 2004 the Barker Review estimated that 240,000 additional homes needed to be built in the UK every year tocope with demand.
Migration Watch UK - Posted 21/12/2017

Migration 'made it harder for the young to buy homes' because rise in rents caused by demands meant they couldn't afford a deposit
Mass migration has helped price the young out of the housing market over last decade, a new report has warned.
Mail Online - Posted 21/12/2017

Sixty Icon Council to lobby Government over rules affecting affordable housing delivery
Worthing councillors have urged the Government to look again at rules they say are frustrating efforts to boost the town’s chronic shortage of affordable housing.
West Sussex Gazette - Posted 21/12/2017

Sixty Icon The zombie housing policies: what has happened to the Right to Buy extension and high-value asset levy?
What has become of the Right to Buy extension and the high-value asset levy? Ahead of Halloween, Pete Apps catches up with housing’s undead policy ideas.
Inside Housing - Posted 20/12/2017

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