Monday, 30 November 2015

Inside Housing

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  • ‘Hardcore' empty homes to be tackled


    The government has sketched out four proposals aimed at tackling the problem of empty homes.Speaking at a conference hosted by RICS, Empty Homes

  • All in the cut


    Alterations to Charter Mark have not changed its importance to social landlords, as Kath Grant discovers

  • Anti-social behaviour bill promised


    Scottish First Minister Jack McConnell has confirmed that he will introduce an anti-social behaviour bill in the autumn.Proposals for the bil

  • Becoming part of the picture


    A major piece of research is investigating the role of ethnic minority tenants in key decisions such as stock transfer. Harris Beider presents issues emerging from workshops and sounding boards while David Mullins reveals the findings of two surveys

  • Blazing a trail


    Falkirk Council's pioneering mediation service is setting standards for its peers. Rebecca Evans reports

  • Charter mark awards


    Full listing of award winners

  • Homes selected for condition survey


  • Lighting the fire


    London's Olympic bid could work hand in hand with the regeneration of the Thames Gateway. David Singleton reports

  • Living and learning


    Local authorities have millions to spend on parks and public spaces but most have no clear strategy. Simon Ellery reports on the liveability debate

  • Police called in at Anchor staff association


    Anchor Trust has withdrawn recognition from a staff association at the centre of a police investigation into financial irregularities.The t

  • Trophy acquisition


    Pursuing quality marks can be an effective way to measure and improve standards. Gemma Charles looks at the schemes available

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