Out of office
The former Labour leader is right to question the party’s stance on welfare, says Lydia Stockdale
Tomorrow Inside Housing publishes 24-year-old unemployed social housing tenant Jason Gaffney’s bedroom tax budget diary – it’s an eye-opener.
Things are really hotting up for housing’s five Rising Stars finalists.
What does it mean to build a personal brand? And why is doing so important in today’s job market? HR consultant Sally Jacobson, a former HR director at L&Q, gave some top tips at last night’s Badenoch & Clark housing career strategies seminar in London.
Nicky Gavron, Labour London assembly member, attacks Westminster Council’s decision to ban rough sleeping and soup runs.
Daniel Astaire, cabinet member for society, families and adult services at Westminster Council, defends his plans to stop soup runs.
The third programme in the four-part fly-on-the-wall documentary series following housing officers in Greater Manchester was on TV last night. Surely the fact the series highlights the difficult work done by housing associations should win praise from the sector?
Twitter is abuzz with comments about last night’s Neighbourhood Watched. The general public has had its say about social housing and its tenants - now over to Inside Housing readers. What did you think of the way the sector was portrayed in the programme?
The new series of Neighbourhood Watched, the fly-on-the-wall documentary series that follows housing officers in the north west, started on BBC1 last night. What did you think of it?
Inside Housing is publishing its first annual Women in Housing special issue. As part of this we’re conducting an anonymous survey of our female readers with the aim of finding out whether they believe the housing is a good sector for female employees. Please help us by taking 10 minutes to answer our questions online.