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Scale of arrears clawback plan sparks fears

21/11/2014 9:03 am

Government-enforced changes to how landlords recoup rent arrears under universal credit could force tenants into the arms of loan sharks, housing associations have warned.

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Newly built homes

EXCLUSIVE: Tenant satisfaction dips at UK's largest associations

21/11/2014 9:08 am

Research reveals 40% of the 50 biggest associations show fall

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John Prescott

Prescott issues devolution call to north-east housing professionals

21/11/2014 1:38 pm

Lord Prescott has called on housing professionals in the north east of England to ‘come together’ and capitalise on the political climate to secure devolution of powers to the region. 

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Wheatley Group

Scottish giant raises £300m on the bond market

21/11/2014 9:19 am

Scotland’s biggest social landlord has raised £300m on the bond market.

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