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The government plans to introduce a cross tenure minimum space standard for new homes as part of a series of measures intended to save councils and house builders £114m a year.
Former Labour housing minister John Healey is on a mission to put housing at the top of the electoral agenda - and don his hard hat and reprise a cabinet housing role. Nick Duxbury meets him
The housing minister today unveiled plans to introduce a model tenancy agreement to encourage landlords to offer longer tenancies.
- Sick pay and pensions slashed for housing association staff
- Six-figure payout to ex-Housing & Care 21 chief executive
- Home Group surplus dips in the face of 'unprecedented change'
- Landlords plan to fill green deal void
- Social landlord posts £37m surplus
- Far right group launches cyber-attack against housing association
- Hidden struggle
If David Cameron lets energy companies off the hook in the lead up to the election, it will be tenants missing out on hundreds of pounds of savings, writes Nick Duxbury
The government has picked the easy target but not the right target in the energy battle, writes Nick Duxbury
Now party season is over, Nick Duxbury reflects where the three parties stand on energy efficiency
- Energy required
- High Standards
- The future is green
- A green red herring
- Ray of light
- Spanner in the works
- Off the line