Sunday, 26 October 2014

Inside Housing

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  • 'Best law in Europe' must be matched with action


    The Scottish Executive must match its ‘landmark' legislation on homelessness with action, Shelter Scotland has said.The charity said the Home

  • Blunkett under fire over tough line


    Social landlords will be equipped with new powers to tackle nuisance tenants and hard core beggars will be given a criminal record as part of home

  • Climbdown saves thousands of homes


    A major climbdown over the ending of local authority social housing grant will rely on a speedy planning system if thousands of new homes are to be b

  • Corporation's plea on race


    Housing associations working in multicultural communities need to recognise the business sense of marketing themselves to ethnic minority customers,

  • Councils under pressure to give advice on finance


    A move to housing benefit shopping incentives could place a new onus on councils to educate recipients on personal finance, the minister responsible

  • Jarvis kicked out over demolition row


    The leader of Hull Council's controlling Liberal Democrat group has taken over the housing portfolio after stripping independent councillor Chris J

  • Small sites matter, says report


    An end to the blanket exemption of small development sites from the requirement to build affordable housing could boost supply in London by up to a third

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