Tuesday, 23 May 2017

Inside Housing

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  • Best-laid schemes


    He quotes Burns but Michael Lennon has no romantic illusions about his return to Scotland as chief executive of Glasgow Housing Association. Rebecca Evans spoke to him

  • Bill set to end feudal system


  • Board members quit over pay offer


    Three board members have quit over a proposed pay hike for the chief executive of a Scottish housing association as Unison prepares an attack on the

  • Cities want central planning responsibility


    Eight of England's biggest cities have called on central government to take a greater lead in planning and not put the onus on the regions.A

  • Force of nature


    John Perry is still keeping an eye on rent reform and the right to buy – but since moving to Nicaragua he's just as concerned about water tanks and farmers' diets. Gemma Charles spoke to him

  • Government defends delay of subsidy report


    The government has defended the delayed publication of a report that shows money local authorities are given to spend on management and maintenance h

  • Pathfinder bids to lure city centre professionals


    A north-west authority is planning to siphon off value from Manchester city centre's booming housing market to revive a neighbourhood suffering fro

  • Perry's progress


    Norman Perry has remained unruffled at the centre of the Communities Plan storm. Daniel Martin sought out his views on some interesting times

  • Premium protection


    Housing associations face rising insurance costs. Michael Graham says it's time to consider a new approach to managing risk

  • Right to buy targeting poses regeneration threat


    Companies using the right to buy to target properties on estates due for regeneration are threatening the financial viability of projects in at least

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