Saturday, 25 October 2014

Inside Housing

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  • A blend of bright ideas


    As England prepares for a single housing inspectorate, Nick Fletcher explains how the local authority and housing association sectors in Scotland have come together in a single inspection and regulation regime

  • Best values


    Mixed communities may be flavour of the month but they have long been a priority for people's peer and Joseph Rowntree Foundation head Richard Best. Gavin Curry spoke to him

  • Hanging on a line


    Mystery shoppers have long been around in the retail world. But how can the concept be adapted to housing? David Singleton gets on the phone

  • Judge of character


    This week's comprehensive performance assessment results will help drive up standards in housing, says Roger Jarman

  • Life-savers


    Tackling anti-social behaviour should be the first step when a landlord needs to turn its performance, around says Ian Walker

  • Staying on top


    Private sector managers took one council's worst-performing neighbourhood and turned it into the best. John Swinney explains how

  • Transformers


    All eyes are on Birmingham as the independent experts drafted in after tenants rejected stock transfer reveal their views on the city's housing future. Anne Power outlines their thinking

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