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Labouring progress Video

29/06/2016 | By Jane Fae

Construction has long been a man’s world, so how much progress has really been made in getting more women into the workplace? Jane Fae finds out

For use in Inside Housing, 24 June 2016

Beyond the horizon Video

23/06/2016 | By Caroline Thorpe

Paul Hackett pledged to turn Amicus Horizon into “the best large landlord” by 2016. Caroline Thorpe talks to the chief executive about whether he has succeeded

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Balance sheet

23/06/2016 | By Louise Hebborn

Ensuring the payment of service charges has long been a difficult area for social landlords, says Louise Hebborn

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Cold comfort

22/08/2016 | By Gerald Koessl

Social housing is better insulated than other tenures, but that is no comfort to the one in 10 social tenants living in the most inefficient homes, says Gerald Koessl

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Smart fuel

26/07/2016 | By Sarah Newton

Smart meters can help lift people out of fuel poverty, says Sarah Newton

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Scottish housing bodies call for slice of £100m

11/08/2016 | By Sophie Barnes

Housing bodies have urged the Scottish government to use part of a £100m infrastructure fund to boost housebuilding.

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Council seeks investment for older people housing

08/08/2016 | By Sophie Barnes

Central Bedfordshire Council has published a funding prospectus to try and attract investment in housing for older people.

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Better planning for voids

01/07/2016 | By William Corn

A strategic approach to void management is a must for housing organisations, says William Corn, head of business development, Kirona

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Improved management

01/07/2016

Landlords must rethink how they manage their assets to deliver a better, more competitive service, says Keith Simpson of Direct Works Forum

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Social housing rap Video

23/08/2016 | By Tom Wall

A group of young Londoners have produced a music video about the threatened demolition of a Brixton housing estate. Tom Wall spoke to community activist Potent Whisper and one of the rappers, Paradox, about the video and the campaign to save Cressingham Gardens.

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Top joint venture developments Video

04/08/2016

Inside Housing is showcasing the best 60 developments of the last year. This year, our list is split into 10 categories of excellence which we will reveal over the next few weeks. Here, we introduce you to the best of the best joint ventures

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This estate's 10 year wait for regeneration Video

02/08/2016 | By Reni Eddo-Lodge

The Lower Milehouse Estate has been a wasteland for a decade, after the last Labour government’s Pathfinders regeneration programme ground to a halt. Reni Eddo-Lodge revisits the area to find out about how plans for rebuilding are being resuscitated

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Top joint venture developments Video

04/08/2016

Inside Housing is showcasing the best 60 developments of the last year. This year, our list is split into 10 categories of excellence which we will reveal over the next few weeks. Here, we introduce you to the best of the best joint ventures

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Not a moment too soon

01/08/2016

The end of Scotland’s Right to Buy gives social landlords the opportunity to replenish the stock of social housing, says Mary Taylor

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Survival guide

22/07/2016 | By Pete Apps

The Homes and Communities Agency (HCA) identified three key financial risks for housing associations after Brexit: the sales market, cash calls and the availability of finance. Pete Apps catches up with some of the sector’s top finance directors to ask how they’re coping with these threats.

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