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Sixty Icon The decline of homeownership among young adults
The decline in the homeownership rate of young adults in Great Britain is an issue that has risen to the top of the political agenda. In this briefing note, we provide up-to-date analysis of falls in homeownership, and which groups of young adults have seen the sharpest falls.
Institute for Fiscal Studies - Posted 16/02/2018

Homeownership among young Britons plunges compared with 20 years ago - IFS
The rate of homeownership among young, middle-income adults in Britain has more than halved over the last 20 years, according to research that highlights growing generational strains in British society.
Reuters - Posted 16/02/2018

Sixty Icon Police given special powers to arrest at east London block
Police have been given special powers to arrest people at a social housing block for older people in east London following concern about anti-social behaviour.
Inside Housing - Posted 15/02/2018

Landlord handed £6,000 fine for 'dodging' housing rules and renting out South Croydon flat
He continued to rent out a flat despite being told several times it wasn't legal to do so.
Croydon Advertiser - Posted 15/02/2018

Sixty Icon For Generation Rent, this housing crisis is far from over
Stamp duty changes saw off some buy-to-let competition, but it’s not enough for young people wanting a home of their own.
The Guardian - Posted 15/02/2018

PDF: Empty Homes in England 2017
This is the 2017 edition of Empty Homes in England produced by Empty Homes – the national campaigning charity. It analyses and explains the latest data available from the Government’s official statistics on long term vacant dwellings in England.
Empty Homes - Posted 15/02/2018

Sixty Icon Most empty homes are in the north, so let's end this London focus
Luxury investment is just the tip of a much larger housing problem. Tackling sub-standard empty homes is also vital.
Guardian Housing Network - Posted 15/02/2018

Sixty Icon Worcester 'missing out' because city council won't allow more houses to be built, says MP Robin Walker
Is Worcester missing out on money because it’s not building enough houses? MP Robin Walker thinks so.
Worcester News - Posted 15/02/2018

National recognition for Ipswich’s council homes service with top award
Ipswich council’s housing department has won an award to mark its work for tenants.
Ipswich Star - Posted 15/02/2018

Sixty Icon Kent councils fail to meet house building targets
Several councils in Kent are completing fewer properties than they should be.
Kent Online - Posted 15/02/2018

Sixty Icon Housing estate’s safety flaws
Residents have called a housing estate dangerous and a disaster waiting to happen, following a fire two weeks ago.
The Enquirer - Posted 14/02/2018

Sixty Icon How one community beat the system, and rebuilt their shattered streets
To revive their derelict area in Liverpool, a group of residents had to take it over. The latest article in our new economics series looks at one of the most remarkable stories in British urban history .
The Guardian - Posted 14/02/2018

Sixty Icon Millennial Couples Making 'Heart-Breaking' Family Decisions Because Of Housing Market
A significant number of millennial couples are putting off having children or growing their families because they are renting properties and don’t own their own homes, according to a new report.
Huffington Post - Posted 14/02/2018

Campaigners win fight for ‘genuinely affordable’ homes to buy in Shadwell
Campaigners have won a landmark victory for social housing at Shadwell that is to provide more than 40 families with genuinely affordable homes to buy.
East London Advertiser - Posted 14/02/2018

City councillor echoes concerns on short term lets
An Oxford City Executive Board Member is supporting calls by a London council for legislation to regulate short-term lets like those available through AirBnB.
Oxford City Council - Posted 14/02/2018

Sixty Icon Council defends policy of putting homeless young families in Melton elderly housing complex
Melton Council has defended its policy to move young families into vacant properties at a sheltered housing complex for frail and elderly people.
Melton Times - Posted 13/02/2018

Sixty Icon What causes London's eviction 'hotspots'?
Evictions have been rising quickly in London, up by 79% in the last five years- an eviction rate among renters more than twice as high as the rest of England. Why is the rate so much worse in London than the rest of England?
Trust for London - Posted 13/02/2018

Leading housing association awarded gold for good people management
Housing association Knightstone has been awarded gold accreditation against the Investors in People Standard, demonstrating a commitment to high performance through good people management.
Bath Echo - Posted 13/02/2018

Traffic, shopping and housing top resident concerns in Abingdon
Improvements to traffic, town centre shops and housing are top of Abingdon residents’ wish list.
Oxford Mail - Posted 13/02/2018

Sixty Icon Mayor’s largest London Living Rent scheme launched
Hundreds more Londoners will be able to rent a genuinely affordable home and save money for a deposit to buy it, as the capital’s largest London Living Rent scheme launches in the Royal Docks.
LONDON.GOV.UK - Posted 13/02/2018

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