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We must view housing as infrastructure

16/01/2017 | By David Cowans

Treating housing as national infrastructure is essential to solving the housing crisis, says David Cowans

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Housing White Paper: what should it include?

13/01/2017

Yorkshire Building Society’s chief economist Andrew McPhillips gives his view on what the White Paper should include

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Universal Credit to be paid more regularly in Scotland

13/01/2017 | By Sophie Barnes

The Scottish Government plans to use its new social security powers for the first time to make Universal Credit payments more regular, it has announced today.

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Time is running out to make LHA cap views known

13/01/2017 | By Emma Maier

The supported housing bidding figures look encouraging but now is the time for the sector to make its views on the LHA cap known, says Emma Maier

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DAVID COWANS SEPT 2015

We must view housing as infrastructure

16/01/2017 | By David Cowans

Treating housing as national infrastructure is essential to solving the housing crisis, says David Cowans

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Housing White Paper: what should it include?

13/01/2017

Yorkshire Building Society’s chief economist Andrew McPhillips gives his view on what the White Paper should include

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Let us build more supported housing

13/01/2017

Isos Housing has found a way to continue building supported housing but could do more if it had certainty over funding, says its executive director Michael Farr

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District councils 'to lose £75m' with New Homes Bonus reforms

13/01/2017 | By Nick Johnstone

The planned introduction of a housing growth baseline for the New Homes Bonus has been slammed by councils that believe they could lose £75m.

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Government scraps compulsory Pay to Stay

21/11/2016 | By Pete Apps

The government has scrapped its plans to force councils to charge higher-income tenants rents of up to market rates.

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A bright future

15/09/2016 | By Lord David Freud

The government will put in place a new funding model to ensure supported housing can continue to help vulnerable people, says Lord Freud

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New scheme to help tenants buy their social homes

11/08/2016 | By Pete Apps

One of the UK’s largest housing associations plans to discount tenants’ rents, freeze property prices and top up savings in a pioneering bid to help tenants buy their social home.

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From the frontline: Ellen Salkeld

04/08/2016 | By Jess McCabe

Ellen Salkeld talks about life as a financial inclusion manager at Viridian Housing

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Ombudsman relationship with regulator in spotlight after Circle issues

16/01/2017 | By Pete Apps

Gavin Barwell has committed to reviewing the relationship between the housing regulator and the ombudsman, in the aftermath of a flurry of problems at a new build development.

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Leaked letter reveals Circle repairs overhaul could run until September

12/01/2017 | By Pete Apps

Overhauling the long-standing repairs issues affecting former Circle Housing stock could take until September, a leaked letter has revealed.

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Ombudsman relationship with regulator in spotlight after Circle issues

16/01/2017 | By Pete Apps

Gavin Barwell has committed to reviewing the relationship between the housing regulator and the ombudsman, in the aftermath of a flurry of problems at a new build development.

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NI Government proposes sweeping private rented sector changes

10/01/2017 | By Sophie Barnes

The Northern Irish Government is proposing to make sweeping changes to the private rented sector in a consultation published today.

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The HeaRt of the matter Video

13/01/2017 | By Joe Dart

Talent retention, cost cutting, flexible working, Brexit? Joe Dart hears from six housing association HR experts about what challenges they’re tackling in 2017

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My first year with Crisis at Christmas

05/01/2017 | By Lucy Brown

Inside Housing sub-editor Lucy Brown shares her thoughts on her first year as a volunteer with Crisis at Christmas

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Chief executive of large housing association resigns

03/01/2017 | By Pete Apps

The long-standing chief executive of one of England’s largest housing associations resigned last week.

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My day as an innovation pioneer

12/01/2017 | By Donna Baddeley

Donna Baddeley describes her experience of Housemark’s Evolve pitch day

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'10 things about 2016': part two

29/12/2016 | By Jules Birch

NEW YEAR REFLECTIONS: Jules Birch concludes his two-part review of what the year meant for housing

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'10 things about 2016': part one

23/12/2016 | By Jules Birch

NEW YEAR REFLECTIONS: Jules Birch looks back at the events of 2016 in the first of a series of end-of-year comment pieces

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Inside Housing's most read news stories of 2016

19/12/2016

2016 was another busy year of housing news. Assistant editor Carl Brown counts down Inside Housing’s most read news stories of the year in reverse order.

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