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High Court orders landlord to pay £300k to contractor

27/05/2015 | By Corin Williams

A housing association has been ordered by a High Court judge to pay more than £300,000 to a repairs contractor following a long-term legal dispute.

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Welsh housing

Welsh government protects home improvement cash

19/05/2015 | By Pete Apps

The Welsh government has announced it will maintain its annual £108m pot of cash to improve social housing in Wales.

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Affinity Sutton takes repairs service in-house

18/05/2015 | By Pete Apps

One of London’s largest social landlords has officially taken its repairs and maintenance in-house.

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2.4m families in fuel poverty, government says

28/05/2015 | By Heather Spurr

The number of families living in fuel poverty remains ‘broadly unchanged’ since 2012, despite government promises to tackle the problem.

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Energy watchdog sanctions new pre-payment tariff

07/05/2015 | By Heather Spurr

Ofgem has given an energy supplier permission to offer a special pre-payment tariff to social housing tenants.

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Accessible apprenticeships

10/03/2015 | By Maria Brett

Apprenticeships are a popular way for social landlords to boost employment opportunities – but how easy are they to access for disabled people? On national apprenticeship week, Maria Brett meets a young, deaf apprentice

Building site

Housing zone developer pledges homes increase

04/03/2015 | By Pete Apps

The developer of the London housing zone with the lowest percentage of affordable housing has committed to increasing it as the scheme progresses.

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Future solutions

22/05/2015 | By Emma Maier

Plans for a Lyons-style housing review to explore solutions to the housing crisis in the north promise to bring an ‘offer’ to put to government

The Lyons review

Landlords to launch 'Lyons-style review for the north'

21/05/2015 | By Pete Apps

Social landlords are set to commission a ‘Lyons Review for the north’ to seek solutions to the region’s ‘unique’ housing crisis.

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Breathing new life

13/05/2015

Communities willing to do their bit can breathe new life into urban areas. Jim McMahon tells of his council’s success tale in the Greater Manchester town of Oldham

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Landlords borrow at cheaper rates than UK government

29/05/2015 | By Pete Apps

Two housing associations have borrowed money under the government guarantees scheme at a cheaper rate than the cost of UK government debt.

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Concern about housing 'highest for eight years'

29/05/2015 | By Carl Brown

The percentage of people citing housing as a ‘most important’ issue in an influential poll is at its highest since 2007.

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Drputy chief executive, CIH

Running risks

28/05/2015 | By Gavin Smart

Elements of the Queen’s Speech run the risk of making it more difficult to put a roof over people’s heads, says Gavin Smart

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