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Government rejects social landlords' gas access call

24/10/2014 0:00 am

Campaign to allow housing associations greater access to homes to save £500m receives major blow

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First phase of London eco development approved

24/10/2014 5:50 pm

Enfield Council has approved the first phase of a development that will provide 2,000 affordable and social homes.

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24/10/2014 5:35 pm

The World Wildlife Federation (WWF) has called for government action to help increase the take-up of renewable heat technology as figures show social landlords continue to ignore the scheme.

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Boris grilled over affordable Earl's Court homes

24/10/2014 3:23 pm

Boris Johnson has been accused of ‘robbing Londoners of affordable housing’ over his decision to grant planning permission to an £8bn redevelopment in Earl’s Court.

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24/10/2014 2:18 pm

A London borough is re-evaluating its contract with one of Britain’s biggest homelessness charities following a strike over changes to pay.

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