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The Conservative government’s social housing rent reduction will make it impossible for some councils to fund planned Right to Buy replacement properties, the Chartered Institute of Housing (CIH) has warned.
Exclusive modelling shows council 30-year business plans will be undeliverable.
Housing and environmental bodies have lashed out at ‘arbitrary and regressive’ government plans to scrap long-anticipated carbon reduction policies for new build homes.
- Painting a picture
- Trust me to speak for sector, says CIH chief
- ‘One-stop shop’ to build PRS homes
- Out of Hyding
- 40,000-home merger talks called off
- Just days left to enter £500 draw
- Twitter Q & A with this year's Rising Stars finalists
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