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Let’s demolish housing myths
We’re no nearer to solving our housing crisis, so I’ll take the wrecking ball to some of the false beliefs that surround it.
The Times (register) - Posted 25/02/2018

Sixty Icon Thatcher’s crusade to wipe out council housing faces serious challenge
The right-to-buy scheme slowed construction of new homes but local authorities are exploring new funding options.
The Guardian - Posted 25/02/2018

Sixty Icon The Housing Podcast: David Orr and Homelessness
The Housing Podcast is a production of Inside Housing magazine, the UK’s leading publication for the social and affordable housing sector. Listen to find out more about the key issues in housing today, with input from the sector’s leading voices.
Inside Housing - Posted 24/02/2018

Sixty Icon Council makes official complaint over developer’s ‘misleading’ PR campaign
A London council has made an official complaint against a developer for “misleading” residents about its plans for an old Network Rail site.
Inside Housing - Posted 24/02/2018

Sixty Icon Europe needs a ‘turbo boost’ approach to housing
EU Cohesion Policy should help Europe address its housing challenge.
24 Housing - Posted 23/02/2018

Sixty Icon Thirty-five men crammed into one house – with spillover in the garden
“No one should be forced to live in the conditions that the Council discovered these men living in.”
24 Housing - Posted 23/02/2018

Housing Sector Redress Consultation Receives Criticism
The government’s consultation to review the system for housing sector redress has come under scrutiny.
Today's Conveyancer - Posted 23/02/2018

Sixty Icon Huge temporary housing site being created to help solve town’s growing homeless crisis
A £500,000 project will see empty space above town centre shops converted into temporary housing to help tackle King’s Lynn’s growing homeless crisis.
EDP 24 - Posted 23/02/2018

‘It made me very insecure about myself’: Students speak about their housing headaches
Five students speak to Varsity about the challenges of accommodation difficulties and high rent.
Varsity - Posted 23/02/2018

Claims that evictions happen 'for no reason' are misleading, says agent
A head of a major agency says it is misleading to suggest that tenants are evicted ‘for no reason’.
Letting Agent Today - Posted 23/02/2018

Report calls for move away from ‘one size fits all’ rent-setting
The post-2020 rent settlement is “broadly right” but should move away from a national “one size fits all” approach, a report sponsored by social housing campaigners has claimed.
Inside Housing - Posted 23/02/2018

Sixty Icon Residents request to move out of estate where fire safety breaches uncovered
More than 20 households have requested to move out of an estate where fire safety breaches have been uncovered.
Inside Housing - Posted 23/02/2018

Sixty Icon Rogue landlords taken to court should face minimum £30,000 fines
Rogue landlords who commit housing offences should be fined a minimum of £30,000 by magistrates as part of common sentencing guidelines to improve standards in the private rental sector, the Local Government Association says today.
Local Government Association - Posted 23/02/2018

Sixty Icon Council housed young homeless family in ‘Dickensian’ conditions
Ombudsman’s report finds council at fault over family’s “patently unsuitable” placement and subsequent response to complaints and issues raised.
24 Housing - Posted 23/02/2018

Sixty Icon RLA clamps down on councils’ unlawful licence fees
Council plans to unlawfully charge landlords for licence variations and exemptions notices are being opposed by the RLA.
Residential Landlords Association - Posted 23/02/2018

Sixty Icon More money for housing
A council will be able to build more homes than initially planned thanks to money from the Homes and Communities Agency.
Newark Advertiser - Posted 22/02/2018

Sixty Icon Greenwich Council apologises for false illegal letting accusations
Greenwich Council has had to apologise after sending out thousands of letters accusing people of illegally renting out their homes.
News Shopper - Posted 22/02/2018

Salix Homes ‘repurposes’ empty buildings to help tackle housing crisis
A Salford housing association is helping to tackle the housing crisis by repurposing derelict buildings.
24 Housing - Posted 22/02/2018

Sixty Icon Time to rethink rent-setting
We need to think about how we can ensure rents are really affordable in local markets, while giving us the capacity to build much-needed new homes, says Ann Santry.
Inside Housing - Posted 22/02/2018

Plus Dane shortlisted for major tenant engagement awards
Plus Dane Housing has been shortlisted for three leading industry awards in recognition of how it engages and communicates with tenants.
24 Housing - Posted 22/02/2018

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