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Housebuilding specialist

Deputy news editor, Inside Housing

Pete Apps

Deputy news editor

E-mail: peter.apps@insidehousing.co.uk

Phone: 020 7772 8360

Fax: 020 7772 8591

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Temporary solution

05/02/2016 | By Kate Youde

Over-stretched accommodation and rising rents in London are leading to councils considering temporary homes as a potential fix. Kate Youde finds out more

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Greens: 7,000 social homes could be lost

04/02/2016 | By Pete Apps

Planned estate regeneration schemes could see more than 7,000 socially rented homes lost from London, a political party has warned.

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Sanctuary divides commercial and social arms

04/02/2016 | By Pete Apps

England’s largest housing association has announced plans to restructure its business, providing a clearer separation between its social and commercial arms.

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Labour homeownership review launched

04/02/2016 | By Carl Brown

John Healey will officially launch the Labour-commissioned Redfern Review into homeownership today.

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Lords propose sweeping Housing Bill changes

03/02/2016 | By Pete Apps

Peers have unveiled plans to block the controversial imposition of Starter Homes, Pay to Stay, the extended Right to Buy and the end to lifetime tenancies.

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Disruptive competition

03/02/2016 | By Richard Bacon

The current housing system is intellectually, socially and morally bankrupt, says Richard Bacon

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Council to force publication of viability assessments

02/02/2016 | By Sophie Barnes

Greenwich Council has introduced a policy that will force developers to publish viability assessments if they say they cannot meet its 35% affordable housing requirement.

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29/01/2016

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Councils hand back £46m RTB cash

05/02/2016 | By Pete Apps

Town halls have handed almost £50m in unspent Right to Buy cash earmarked for replacement council housing to the government, claiming rules make it impossible to spend.

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Vanishing act

05/02/2016 | By Martin Hilditch

The amount of money councils have handed back to the government since Right to Buy discounts were increased breeds a lack of trust

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Lords propose sweeping Housing Bill changes

03/02/2016 | By Pete Apps

Peers have unveiled plans to block the controversial imposition of Starter Homes, Pay to Stay, the extended Right to Buy and the end to lifetime tenancies.

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Cranbrook: winner of winners of Top 60 Developments

Top 60 Developments: winners announced

16/10/2015 | By Carl Brown

Success and innovation in housing development were celebrated at an awards ceremony organised by Inside Housing which took place in London today.

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Top 60: Joint Venture Developments of the Year

04/09/2015 | By Michael Atherton

Inside Housing is showcasing the best 60 developments of the last year. Our list is split into 10 categories of excellence. Michael Atherton reports on our final category, the best joint venture developments of the year

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