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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

Social housing group Incommunities celebrates a milestone
Keighley social housing group Incommunities has celebrated its 15th birthday.
Keighley News - Posted 22/02/2018

Sixty Icon Private landlords in Sandwell to face star rating scheme under council plans
Private landlords are set to have their Sandwell properties rated on a scale of zero to five stars under plans by housing bosses.
Halesowen News - Posted 21/02/2018

Social housing company brings neglected Hull properties to life after £1m investment boost
Giroscope, based on Coltman Street, has been able to house 18 to 20 more people.
Hull Daily Mail - Posted 21/02/2018

Sixty Icon Call for action over ‘scandal’ of empty homes
Huntingdonshire District Council is being urged to work with the owners of empty homes - possibly by providing financial assistance - to bring the properties back into use in a bid to beat a housing “crisis”.
The Hunts Post - Posted 21/02/2018

Sixty Icon Association with ‘fundamental failure’ of governance opens books to creditors
A housing association found by the regulator to have a “fundamental failure of governance” has shared details with its creditors on how their housing portfolios are performing.
Inside Housing - Posted 21/02/2018

Sixty Icon Welsh Government to transfer HRA borrowing capacity between councils
The Welsh Government is in talks with councils to move unused borrowing capacity around the sector in a bid to boost local authority housebuilding.
Inside Housing - Posted 21/02/2018

Sixty Icon From serving sandwiches to housing homeless people
Edinburgh cafe-owner Josh Littlejohn has a plan to tackle homelessness. But can he win over sceptical housing professionals? Michael Lloyd reports.
Inside Housing - Posted 21/02/2018

Sixty Icon BBC Panorama to debate Section 21 no-fault eviction featuring Landlord Action
This week, BBC Panorama (Wednesday 21 February at 20:30) investigates the widely debated Section 21 no-fault eviction procedure and whether tenants deserve more protection, or whether new rules would make the housing crisis worse. - Posted 21/02/2018

This Cambridgeshire district could be on the brink of an empty homes crisis
It's not just Cambridge city that has a problem with empty homes.
Cambridge News - Posted 21/02/2018

Sixty Icon New council team will be tasked with speeding up housebuilding and industrial development across Bradford district
A new housing development team is being set up to get homes and industrial sites built more quickly in the district.
Telegraph and Argus - Posted 21/02/2018

Sixty Icon Councils aim to address housing crisis with home ownership register
Three councils are encouraging local residents to sign a new register which aims to bring more quality homes for sale to the local area.
Estate Agent Today - Posted 21/02/2018

Milton Keynes Housing Crisis
Milton Keynes Council is tackling the housing crisis with the announcement that they have secured an additional 38 flats in their bid to reduce reliance on temporary accommodation, such as hotels and B&Bs, for those families who are awaiting permanent housing.
Milton Keynes Daily Prss - Posted 20/02/2018

Sixty Icon Facilitators announced for NHF-backed board programme
Raising Roofs, the programme for getting young people onto boards of housing associations, has announced those who will be helping facilitate the programme.
24 Housing - Posted 20/02/2018

Sixty Icon Helping Londoners and UK homebuyer’s get a new build home in the capital
Hyde is delighted to be part of Mayor of London’s “First Dibs” initiative reserving London’s new build homes priced up to £350,000 for UK buyers for first three months. London will also be given priority for the first month the home is on the market.
24 Housing - Posted 20/02/2018

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