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The latest on social housing finance, including news, views and analysis on lending, bonds, institutional investment, grant rates, affordable rent, and regulation.

Slices of bread with living wage stats

Two in three associations pay living wage

17/04/2014

The majority of landlords are helping to keep employees above the breadline, survey reveals

Chief executive, CIH

CIH to cut jobs to boost services and save £600k

17/04/2014

16 roles could be axed as CIH restructures to ‘reposition’ itself

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Councils to build 15,000 homes

17/04/2014

Local authorities using self-financing freedoms to fund development

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Colin Wiles

The mansion tax mistake

15/04/2014

Reform of council tax would be a better alternative to the mansion tax, writes Colin Wiles

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Dear Eric Pickles

15/04/2014

A Tory council has written to Eric Pickles, condemning a cut that will mean families are ‘forced towards loan sharks’, writes Heather Spurr.

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Living wage: moral conundrum or no brainer? Video

17/04/2014

There’s mouldy bread on the front of this week’s Inside Housing magazine, and that’s before it’s been put down in the staff kitchen next to the toaster, says Daniel Douglas.

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The will to work

17/04/2014

Motivating staff is becoming increasingly tricky as pay falls in real terms and workloads increase, argues Inside Housing’s anonymous columnist

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