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More than 130 councils on course to run out of DHP

19/12/2014 1:03 pm

Emergency funds to support those worst affected by welfare reform are on course to run out before the end of the financial year in 132 local authorities, Inside Housing can reveal.

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Fall in social housing lets to black and minority ethnic households

19/12/2014 0:00 am

DCLG figures show dip in BME allocations, but drop is less than anticipated

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New Era estate bought by affordable homes provider

19/12/2014 4:55 pm

A Hackney housing estate, which made headlines earlier this year when Russell Brand protested against its new owners’ planned rent hikes, is being bought by affordable homes provider, Dolphin Living.

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Government confirms £172m welfare assistance funding cut

19/12/2014 4:04 pm

Kris Hopkins has confirmed the government intends to cut £172m of grant funding for local welfare assistance schemes in 2015/16.

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