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Sixty Icon More than 30,000 homes would be unnecessary under government formula
Nearly 32,000 of last year’s 217,000 new homes would be deemed unnecessary under the government’s proposed method of measuring housing need.
Inside Housing - Posted 11/12/2017

Sixty Icon Call for crackdown on Weston’s rogue landlords as council backs down on licensing scheme
A Weston-super-Mare based union has demanded a crackdown after a damning report shed light on a culture of ‘rogue landlords’ and sub-standard rental homes.
The Weston Mercury - Posted 11/12/2017

Sixty Icon The notorious Penrhys estate: What happens when planners get it wrong
Nearly two thirds of the then crime-ridden, dilapidated estate had to be demolished in the 90s.
Wales Online - Posted 11/12/2017

Associations in merger talks to create 40,000-home organisation
Midlands-based housing association Bromford has announced plans to merge with Merlin Housing Society.
Inside Housing - Posted 11/12/2017

Sixty Icon Renting: why are we seeing the death of the living room?
Forget lounging around on the sofa: many landlords have turned shared space into more bedrooms – and it has helped drive up prices.
The Guardian - Posted 10/12/2017

Sixty Icon Islington housing boss rejects Airbnb ban calls
Martin Rutherford made this demand in the public questions section of last night’s council meeting. He was particularly worried about Airbnb lets in council estates, claiming people are abusing the system and causing disruption.
Islington Gazette - Posted 09/12/2017

HMRC Consult on Adding Tax Compliance Checks to Landlord Licensing
HM Revenue & Customs have today (8th December) launched a consultation on proposals to tackle the “hidden economy” by making access to public licences conditional upon tax compliance, known as ‘conditionality’.
National Landlords Association - Posted 09/12/2017

Customer Service scoops National Award for Excellence
Stockport Homes Group has won the national award for ‘Excellence in Customer Service’ award at the British Chamber of Commerce awards. The winners were announced at a ceremony at The Brewery in London on Thursday 30 November.
24 Housing - Posted 09/12/2017

Sixty Icon Lewisham residents fighting to save homes from demolition accuse council of ‘social cleansing’
Residents and campaigners from two sites in Lewisham have accused the council of “social cleansing” over development plans which they say are threatening their homes, a public garden and their sense of community.
Eastlondonlines - Posted 08/12/2017

Sadiq Khan’s housing plans raise ‘doubts’ for committee
London Assembly Housing Committee has expressed concern over the draft housing strategy.
24 Housing - Posted 08/12/2017

Sixty Icon Welsh lesson: why the housing crisis is turning into a very English problem
With Wales and Scotland tackling homelessness and housing affordability, the English housing crisis lies squarely at the door of the Tories.
Guardian Housing Network - Posted 08/12/2017

Liverpool council to set up firm to build 10,000 homes
Liverpool City Council is to establish its own ethical housing company to deliver 10,000 new homes across the city.
Construction Enquirer - Posted 08/12/2017

Sixty Icon Council to ‘buy back’ Dundee homes in bid to meet social housing demands
Dundee City Council is set to buy back some of its old properties to try and meet social housing needs.
Evening Telegraph - Posted 08/12/2017

Four in 10 right-to-buy homes are now owned by private landlords
Tenants living in homes sold under Margaret Thatcher’s scheme now pay twice the rents charges by local authorities.
The Guardian - Posted 08/12/2017

Sixty Icon Council's new bid to tackle city housing crisis
Plans to combat York’s housing crisis by creating a housing development company were given the go-ahead by council chiefs last night.
The Press - Posted 08/12/2017

Sixty Icon 10,000 new homes as council launches major new house building company
The company will build homes for the homeless, foster carers, large families, the elderly and people with a disability across Liverpool.
Liverpool Echo - Posted 08/12/2017

Revealed: the scale of ex-RTB home conversions to private rent
In 2015, Inside Housing revealed that 37.6% of former Right to Buy homes were being rented privately. Two years later, Nathaniel Barker finds the number creeping up.
Inside Housing - Posted 08/12/2017

Sixty Icon Exclusive: 7% rise in former Right to Buy homes now rented privately
The number of former council homes being let privately has soared to more than 40%, new Inside Housing research has revealed.
Inside Housing - Posted 08/12/2017

Forty per cent of homes sold under Right to Buy now in the hands of private landlords, new analysis reveals
Fresh calls for controversial policy to be suspended as thousands of homes for low income families are privatised.
The Independent - Posted 08/12/2017

Bromford and Merlin announce partnership talks
Midlands-based Bromford and South West-based Merlin are in formal talks to create a partnership which will work with nearly 100,000 customers to achieve more of what they hope for and deliver the largest housing association-led new homes programme throughout Gloucestershire and the Midlands.
Merlin Housing Society - Posted 07/12/2017

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