Wednesday, 01 October 2014

Inside Housing
19/12/2003

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  • ALMO decision on hold

    19/12/2003

    Camden Council will have to wait more than three weeks to find out whether the consultation and ballot on its arm's-length management proposal is unlawful.The news that the judicial review decision will not be announced until after 12 January 2004 wil

  • Commission attacked over 'snapshot' assessment

    24/12/2003

    Airways Housing Society has become the latest housing association to criticise the Audit Commission's inspection regime after its report put it among the worst performers so far.

  • Council awaits outcome of ballot's judicial review

    19/12/2003

    Camden Council's bid to set up an arm's-length management organisation was hanging in the balance this week as the council and anti-ALMO campaigners awaited the outcome of a judicial review of the consultation process.The case, which was heard in the

  • MPs fear infrastructure gap

    19/12/2003

    Failure to persuade other government departments to help tackle infrastructure issues is threatening the Office of the Deputy Prime Minister's efforts in both the north and south of England, a committee of MPs has warned.Their inquiry into the ODPM's

  • Shaftesbury gets mixed message on performance

    19/12/2003

    Shaftesbury Housing Association has received two ‘red' traffic light ratings in the same week credit raters issued a vote of confidence in its performance.The Housing Corporation assessment gave the association red lights for its governance and manage

  • Straight and narrow

    19/12/2003

    For many prisoners going straight means going straight back to their dealer and a life of crime. Mario Ambrosi finds out how the prospect of a stable home can transform their outlook

  • Threat to associations' status

    23/12/2003

    The European Commission has referred the Office of the Deputy Prime Minister to the European Court of Justice in a case which could affect housing associations' status as private organisations.The move is the latest in a long-running dispute between t

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