Friday, 31 October 2014

Inside Housing
20/06/2003

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  • Back in demand

    20/06/2003

    Measures to tackle neighbourhood blight in low demand areas are part of the government's ongoing approach to sustainable communities. Deputy Prime Minister John Prescott explains his department's latest initiatives

  • Call for ALMO grant access

    24/06/2003

    A return to the days of council house building could be on the cards if the government gives arm's-length management organisations the power to apply

  • Council congratulated for significant improvements

    23/06/2003

    Inspectors have praised troubled Castle Morpeth Council for significant improvements to its maintenance services.Two years ago the Audit Comm

  • Demolition marks Hull's stand against intervention

    25/06/2003

    Hull Council has agreed to move quickly to demolish more than 600 properties in a last-ditch attempt to stave off intervention by the Audit Commi

  • Injunction bars addict from her ‘house of death'

    25/06/2003

    A housing association has obtained an anti-social behaviour injunction to bar a woman from her own home in what its head of housing branded the most

  • Just reward

    20/06/2003

    How does a forward-thinking housing organisation seek to reward its staff? Anne Elliott, Heather DiMarco and Amanda Harvey examine the results of a wide-ranging survey

  • Major player

    20/06/2003

    English Partnerships now plays an influential role in the social housing sector. David Higgins sets out his organisation's hopes and ambitions

  • New signings

    20/06/2003

    Tony Blair's reshuffle has injected fresh blood into the government's housing and regeneration team. David Blackman introduces the new arrivals

  • Players team up to take on the big guns

    24/06/2003

    Half a dozen Cambridgeshire housing associations are teaming up to compete with the sector's big players for development cash under Deputy Prime Mi

  • Reform not revolution

    20/06/2003

    Housing associations can deliver the potential benefits of paying grant to private developers without the damaging side-effects, say Mark Lupton and Mark Gibson

  • SMF: 'All homes should transfer in 18 months'

    24/06/2003

    An independent think-tank has called for an end to the state's role in the provision of housing and suggested an 18-month deadline for all stock to be tr

  • Sustainability key to securing build grants

    25/06/2003

    Housing associations will only get grants for new build if strict sustainability criteria are taken into account, the Housing Corporation warned toda

  • Think-tank to probe low demand in Wales

    22/06/2003

    A radical Welsh think-tank has launched the first probe to focus on problems of low demand in the south Wales valleys.The left of centre Be

  • Urban split

    20/06/2003

    Policies like the London Plan are based on outdated assumptions about the way people live and work, says Helen Jarvis

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