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New affordable homes for St Albans city centre at the cost of office space
Elmshall Place, located off Grosvenor Road, has 58 affordable homes including 34 for affordable rent.
The Herts Advertiser - Posted 19/12/2017

Charting the way with shared ownership
Sovereign has signed up to the Chartered Institute of Housing’s (CIH) Shared Ownership Charter.
Sovereign Housing Association Limited - Posted 18/12/2017

Test Valley residents wait as long as six years for social housing
Borough residents face waits for as long as six years to get a social housing property suitable for their needs, figures have shown.
Andover Advertiser - Posted 18/12/2017

Sixty Icon Council prioritises building more homes to provide people with a secure place to call home
Providing more homes for people in desperate need remains a top priority for Cambridge City Council.
Cambridge City Council - Posted 18/12/2017

Sixty Icon What can council-owned housing companies in London do? - Dave Hill
Government underfunding of affordable housing in London and the limits it imposes on councils’ freedom to borrow to build have produced a flourishing of what are called local housing companies among the capital’s boroughs.
ON LONDON - Posted 18/12/2017

Sixty Icon 100 homes bought for Lewisham families
100 local families, most of whom were living in hostels and bed and breakfasts, are now living in council homes bought to tackle the housing crisis in Lewisham.
24 Housing - Posted 17/12/2017

Sixty Icon Hundreds of empty private properties brought back into use
Wolverhampton’s Empty Property Strategy brought more than 1,400 unoccupied houses back into use in the last seven years.
24 Housing - Posted 17/12/2017

Sixty Icon Private renting scheme gets go-ahead in Hyndburn
A new housing scheme is to be introduced in Hyndburn next month after being given the go-ahead from government.
Lancashire Telegraph - Posted 17/12/2017

PDF: Homes & Wellbeing - Breaking down housing stereotypes
While there’s growing policy interest in this area, this is the first time the link between housing tenure and wellbeing has been explored with a bespoke survey, backed up with interviews to add further depth to the analysis, comparing different housing tenures to measures of wellbeing.
VIVID - Posted 16/12/2017

Sixty Icon Local housing companies: opportunities and concerns
The Smith Institute has recently published the first in-depth analysis of one of the most significant new developments in the housing sector.
Red Brick - Posted 16/12/2017

Social housing found to provide same emotional and practical benefits as home ownership
New research has challenged the current stigma surrounding social housing with social renters more likely than homeowners to have lower levels of anxiety.
Scottish Housing News - Posted 16/12/2017

Sixty Icon £500,000 to get your first flat: A quarter of London homes bought by first-time buyers 'worth half a million or more'
A record number of first time buyers must find at least £500,000 to get a foothold on the housing ladder in London, new research reveals today.
London Evening Standard - Posted 16/12/2017

Sixty Icon PDF: The Governor - December 2017
In our cover feature, Jules Birch looks into whether the government's newfound commitment to social housing is built on solid foundations.
Housing Quality Network - Posted 15/12/2017

Sixty Icon Families with stable jobs at risk of homelessness in Britain, report finds
Nurses are among those ending up with nowhere to live after being evicted by private-sector landlords, says watchdog.
The Guardian - Posted 15/12/2017

Councils condemned after illegally placing homeless families in damp, infested accommodation
Local Government and Social Care Ombudsman says local authorities unlawfully housing people in poorly maintained B&Bs for longer than six-week limit.
The Independent - Posted 15/12/2017

Sixty Icon Charities urge ministers to let councils oversee asylum seeker housing
Thirty-three groups ask government to let councils provide ‘independent oversight’ of housing for those seeking sanctuary.
The Guardian - Posted 14/12/2017

Sixty Icon London needs ‘holistic strategy’ to improve its private rented sector
Report calls on boroughs, the GLA and the DCLG to help London’s dominant individual landlords improve services.
24 Housing - Posted 14/12/2017

Sixty Icon Government’s own figures add up to councils keeping RTB receipts
CIH says stats show mounting evidence that RTB replacements are simply not keeping pace with the level of sales.
24 Housing - Posted 13/12/2017

CIH responds to latest right to buy sales in England
Figures released today by the Department for Communities and Local Government show that 2,558 homes were sold by councils through the right to buy scheme in England in July to September 2017, while only 744 were started or acquired to replace them using the receipts.
Chartered Institute of Housing - Posted 13/12/2017

Sixty Icon PDF: Right to Buy Sales in England: July to September 2017-18
This statistical release presents Official Statistics on the number of sales of dwellings under the Right to Buy scheme, as well as providing statistics on receipts resulting from those sales and starts on site and acquisitions as part of the one-for-one additions policy.
GOV.UK - Posted 13/12/2017

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