Monday, 24 October 2016
2 June 2006 0:00 am
| Updated: 10 June 2008 7:30 pm
Housing costs are likely to be the living standards issue of this parliament, says Lindsay Judge
Fewer repairs, a fixed tenancy, £1,000 to find a new home. Richmond Housing Partnership has responded to changes in its finances and policy with a new product. But what does it mean for customer service? Kate Youde reports
With efficiency the top watchword for the housing sector, are associations making the most of their opportunities to share services and save money? Alex Turner reports
Inside Housing research this week reveals many landlords are unlikely to sign up to the National Housing Federation’s merger code. Heather Spurr finds out why.
English housing associations preparing for the Right to Buy extension will do well to heed the experiences of Northern Ireland, where a similar scheme has existed since 2004. Padraig Reidy reports
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