Wednesday, 17 September 2014

Inside Housing reporter wins journalism prize

Inside Housing reporter Heather Spurr won a top journalism award on Tuesday evening.


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  • Inside Housing success at journalism awards

    22 November 2013

    Inside Housing scooped five awards at the annual International Building Press National Journalism awards last night.

  • Rough measures

    9 September 2014

    The GLA rejected an adjustment to the first homelessness social impact bond to keep rough sleeping figures down, Heather Spurr reports

  • Leaving on a jet plane

    22 July 2014

    Experts are divided on homelessness charities helping to forcibly remove rough sleepers from the UK, Heather Spurr writes

  • Round-up of CIH Housing 2014 coverage

    27 June 2014

    Make sure you didn’t miss any of our coverage from the Chartered Institute of Housing’s 2014 conference with this list of all the news stories and video content. But first, the Inside Housing team pick their favourite sessions.

  • Sweeping solution

    14 January 2014

    Can the European Union offer a solution for homelessness where the government has failed, asks Heather Spurr


  • Downsizing with the bedroom tax

    17 July 2014

    The price for underoccupying a home is high for many vulnerable people. Jess McCabe visits Stoke-on-Trent to find out how landlords are attempting to help

  • Trade secrets


    Can learning from other sectors help social landlords do their jobs better? Heather Spurr visits retail icon John Lewis with a number of landlords to find out

  • Freedom to roam


    Brighton Housing Trust is no housing giant - but it’s a massive technological help to its clients. Jess McCabe reports

  • Changing lives


    The Andy Ludlow Awards celebrate the very best homelessness services in London. Simon Brandon reveals this year’s winners

  • Connect found


    A mobile phone health and well-being ‘app’ is transforming the lives of Bristol residents. Alex Turner reports

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