Tuesday, 25 April 2017

Inside Housing Digital Edition - 3 June 2016

HAs plan to place staff in hospitals, councils consider bidding for rent cut exemption and as ‘psychoactive substances’ become outlawed, a programme has been educating tenants about the ‘legal highs’

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