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Dramatic departure

23/07/2015 | By Jennie Bibbings

Jennie Bibbings looks at the impact of ‘distinctive’ new homelessness legislation in Wales

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Cameron vows to tackle 'segregated social housing estates'

20/07/2015 | By Heather Spurr

The government will tackle ‘segregated social housing estates’ as part of a drive to combat extremism, David Cameron has said.

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Social landlord scheme to stem 'teacher exodus'

27/07/2015 | By Corin Williams

Catalyst Housing and Oxford City Council have invested £1.5m in an equity loan scheme for teachers in response to fears that many are unable to continue working in Oxford.

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Secure loans are needed

24/07/2015 | By Carol Matthews

The poorest in society are the most vulnerable to illegal loan sharks. We need alternative credit solutions, says Carol Matthews

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Home economics for hoarders Video

24/07/2015 | By Dawn Foster

Can a ‘home skills coach’ help tenants to stop hoarding? Dawn Foster takes a look

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Top 60: Market Sale Developments of the Year  

31/07/2015 | By Michael Atherton

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. Michael Atherton reports on the best market sale developments of the year

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Top 60 Developments: Extra Care Developments of the Year

24/07/2015 | By Michael Atherton

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. Michael Atherton reports on the best extra care developments of the year.

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Top 60: Innovative Developments of the Year

17/07/2015 | By Michael Atherton

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 10 weeks. Michael Atherton reports on the most innovative developments of the year.

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Rogue landlords could be forced to repay housing benefit

04/08/2015 | By Heather Spurr

Landlords could have to re-pay 12 months’ worth of housing benefit if they illegally evict tenants or fail to maintain their properties, under government plans.

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CIH warns of Immigration Bill impact

03/08/2015 | By Carl Brown

New immigration check rules could cause landlords to “shy away” from letting homes to non-British tenants who are in the country legally, the Chartered Institute of Housing has warned.

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Identity crisis

31/07/2015 | By Richard Parker

Housing associations must innovate to avoid being marginalised in the face of the growing private rented sector, says Richard Parker

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Housing Heroes 2015 Video

10/07/2015 | By Chloë Stothart

Who are the inspiring housing staff and tenants who have won this year’s Housing Heroes Awards? Chloë Stothart reports

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Holiday profit Video

01/07/2015 | By Alex Turner

Short-let holiday sites such as Airbnb are coming under fire for reducing the supply of housing where resources are scarce. Is this a problem for the UK’s social landlords? Alex Turner investigates

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A new direction Video

05/06/2015 | By Alex Turner

A new breed of civil injunctions is designed to help landlords tackle the root causes of anti-social behaviour. Alex Turner finds out how the legislation has been settling in

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