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NHF calls for regulated body in supported housing review

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Housing associations' outlooks 'negative' post vote

29/06/2016 9:07 am

A credit agency has changed the outlook for all the housing associations it rates to negative following the vote to leave the EU last week.

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Brandon Lewis

Lewis: million homes 'not a target'

29/06/2016 4:56 pm

Brandon Lewis has rowed back on his pledge to build one million new homes this parliament, denying the figure was ever a target.

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29/06/2016 4:55 pm

A local authority is to launch an investment fund through which councils can gain a return by backing housing associations’ housebuilding.

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Bernstein: Rethink the role of social housing

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The chief executive of Manchester City Council has said local housing associations face a “big challenge” to rethink the role of social rented housing.

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Brandon Lewis speech to Housing 2016: Full transcript

29/06/2016 4:39 pm

The full text of Brandon Lewis’ speech to the Housing 2016 in Manchester

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Freud faces criticism for lack of 'LHA cap' clarity

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The welfare reform minister faced criticism for failing to provide details of the government’s plan for funding supported housing, despite recommendations from the sector to solve the impasse.

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One in three associations "impenetrable" says tenants group

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Forty out of 120 housing associations have been described as “impenetrable” by a tenant interest organisation aiming to research association tenant involvement programmes.

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Kerslake calls for housing policy u-turn

29/06/2016 3:42 pm

The former head of the civil service has called on ministers to dramatically u-turn on their housing policies and instead undertake a public housebuilding programme, following the Brexit vote.

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