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I think you will find little response as hardly anyone comes here anymore.
From F451, 31/03/2014 4:21 pm in Inside Housing mandtory registration to view full content
The Newspapers that have gone down this line I now refuse to view. In part, these are publications that I would not have wished to pay money to, but when particular items of interest were highlighted would have accessed the views and details available that way.
It appears that the whole site has gone down hill will functionality issues and failings, not to mention declining standards of journalism.
Another poster is frustrated at not being able to upload a comment to Colin's post!
posted Anonymously, 01/08/2013 6:38 pm in How about a POLL on the restriction of comments to articles?
Thanks but no thanks Tenantplus - I am not a victim or a fool and do not believe the worse of everyone or generalise tarring all with the brush of a very, very few and so do not feel that you would change things for the better for the likes of me or would be representative the likes of me. I feel it would deteriorate into an oppositional and ineffective relationship with my landlord and employer (separate organisations) if the likes of me were represented by attitudes such as yours - although I am speaking more as a tenant ...
Clearly new records have been set.
Much better, thank you.
The targeting of grant supported purchasing for key workers, like right to buy, was a poor use of taxpayers money in that no new asset was created, but worse the market activity it caused added to the artificial inflation of house prices across the board.
the simple reason some posters have no staying power on these THREADS it's because they are not posting because they have bee going through nightmares inflicted on them by their social landlords. Most of them post either because are 'irritated' OR EVEN OUTRAGED by someone they think is just complaining and somehow feel their (working) day is spoilt when they spend time reading this website instead of working. These housing professional think it is enough for them to be a PAID or SALARIED social housing professional to be above any reprimand and that their mistakes should be quite rightly be paid by ...
posted Anonymously, 21/08/2012 4:50 pm in 2011 Census results
Interesting link to a snippet of opinion - but more interesting, is that house pictured a current socially rented home - is so it looks just like the sort of housing Shapps wants to stamp out - or at least restrict to only the most select residents.