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2 June 2006
| Updated: 10 June 2008 7:30 pm
Mark Lupton and Helen Collins from Savills Housing Consultancy explain how their rent model linked to household income would work and and how it might impact on the business plans of social landlords
Problems with the contracts for housing asylum seekers have been well reported. Inside Housing meets two asylum seekers to find out if conditions have improved
Social housing providers have historically struggled to interact with health professionals. But a new project reveals what can be achieved when they hit it off. Martin Hilditch reports
The growth of loans available to Scottish housing associations has been squeezed to its lowest rate since 2004, an official report has found.
The Lighthouse Project in Wales provides support to those most in need. Reni Eddo-Lodge finds out more
Apprenticeships provided by construction firms are helping students straight out of school into employment. Stuart Spear takes a closer look at the opportunities available
Regenda’s community apprentice scheme gives struggling tenants just the help they need.
Much to the delight of the local people, Scottish Borders Housing Association has opened a Post Office at its headquarters in Bannerfield, the first ever branch outside a retail unit. Maria Brett reports on the initiative
Why has a Sunderland-based social landlord set up a charity providing solar powered lamps to communities in Africa? Martin Hilditch finds out
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