Carl is deputy news editor on Inside Housing. His patches include regulation, welfare reform, and London.
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Small housing associations in London will be able to access grant in the 2015/18 funding round.
A court hearing will take place today to settle a dispute over who is the legitimate board of Odu-Dua Housing Association.
A total of 2,150 people started claiming universal credit in the first four pathfinder areas, government statistics published today reveal.
- Disabled people hit hardest by welfare reforms, report finds
- Planning permissions for social homes jump by 15%
- Tribute for 'distinguished' social landlord director
- Great Places raises more than £31m through bonds
- Gallions board to step down after HCA criticisms
- Peabody downgraded over merger with Gallions
- GUHG raises £115m on the bond market
The recent phenomena of London council’s exporting homeless people to live far away sends the worrying message that the poorest are someone else’s problem, writes Carl Brown
The sector waits with baited breath after HCA forced into creating first ‘watch list’, says Carl Brown
Delays to HCA and CLG financial protocol for dealing with housing organisations in deep financial trouble is understandable but unhelpful.
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