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Court finds housing association not liable in water bill claim

TOP STORY: The High Court has ruled that a housing association is not liable to compensate tenants for water bills, in the latest case in a saga over alleged overpayments.

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NHC calls for 'northern regeneration' in election manifestos

25/04/2017 7:30 am

The Northern Housing Consortium (NHC) is urging general election candidates to support the regeneration of areas of market weakness.

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Local Plans should be overhauled if they fail on accessible housing, MPs say

25/04/2017 0:01 am

Local Plans should be changed as a “matter of urgency” if there are gaps in providing accessible housing, a cross-party committee of MPs has recommended.

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Political parties clash over ending rough sleeping

24/04/2017 5:30 pm

Labour and Conservative ministers clashed over ending rough sleeping in parliament today as the election campaigns swung into action.

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Newly merged association plans 1,200 homes per year

24/04/2017 5:07 pm

A 30,000-home housing association has formed in the South East with plans to build 1,200 homes per year.

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Hertfordshire housing association secures £65m Lloyds lending

24/04/2017 3:41 pm

A South East social housing provider has secured a £65m funding package from Lloyds Bank Commercial Banking to help deliver plans to build 800 new houses.

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Social sector evictions on the increase in Scotland, Shelter reveals

24/04/2017 3:37 pm

There has been a 24% increase in evictions from social housing in Scotland over the past two years, a new report by Shelter Scotland has revealed.

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Khan to invest in community built housing 'hub'

24/04/2017 3:19 pm

London mayor Sadiq Khan has announced plans to spend £250,000 setting up an advice hub for community groups looking to build homes in the capital themselves.

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Regulator and ombudsman pledge closer joint working

21/04/2017 5:28 pm

The housing regulator and ombudsman have published a ‘memorandum of understanding’ setting out their plans to share information and co-operate.

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    Treat others as you would want to be treated

    It’s important to have clear lines of communication with staff when undertaking any business restructuring, says John Craggs of Gentoo Group

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    We need investment to support regeneration

    Tracy Harrison explains why the Northern Housing Consortium is calling on election candidates to back measures that support regeneration

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    Our new homelessness service explained

    Thirteen Group is aiming to help prevent homelessness on behalf of five councils across the North East. The group’s director Chris Smith explains more

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    The LHA cap raises problems for general needs housing too

    Jules Birch looks at the impact of the Local Housing Allowance cap on the poorest families in Wales

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    From the frontline - Tom O'Neil

    25/04/2017

    St Mungo’s complex needs worker Tom O’Neil on supporting people with substance misuse issues and how he has made being a former boxer relevant to his current role

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      Stock rationalisation: scatter or gather?

      ANALYSIS: With stock rationalisation deals expected to soar, Nick Johnstone and Luke Barratt cast an eye over the lay of the sector’s Monopoly board

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