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16 December 2005
| Updated: 10 June 2008 7:29 pm
With votes pouring in for Rising Stars 2013, we’ve asked the three candidates to tell us a bit more about themselves.
Arms-length management organisations should be scrapped and replaced with companies allowing councils to borrow against their housing stock, the chief of the National Housing Federation has said.
The impact of welfare reform on social housing tenants will depend on where they live. Keith Cooper investigates if the localisation of the welfare system marks a return to the 19th century poor law
Finding a private rented home in Oxford has become increasingly hard for working families, but the council thinks it can help by donning the hat of a private landlord. Hannah Fearn reports
By providing a range of services from discounted furniture to advice on everything from welfare to energy, one social enterprise is enabling tenants to avoid debt and stay in their home for longer. Louise Hunt reports.
What does it take to keep a landlord’s technology running smoothly? Austin Macauley spends a day in the life of an award-winning IT team to find out
The Andy Ludlow Awards celebrate the very best homelessness services in London. Simon Brandon reveals this year’s winners
Legal reforms should reduce the cost of going to court, says Anna-Liisa Blanks-Walden, senior associate at Clarke Willmott
‘Gagging clauses’ are hard to enforce and should be handled with caution, says Vivienne Reeve, associate at Wragge & Co
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