Friday, 31 October 2014

Inside Housing - 2014

View stories from previous issues.

  • Inside Housing - 31/10/2014

    Alarm bells ring for City Hall as deadline looms, outrage over St Mungo's 'golden handshake', and Inside Housing finds out how one housing association is helping tenants who hoard

  • Inside Housing - 24/10/2014

    Ministers reject gas access call, landlord cuts salary for new chair in half, and how Helena Partnerships managed to handle an overwhelming number of empty three-bedroom homes

  • Inside Housing - 17/10/2014

    Regulator unveils new 'forensic' approach, councils still failing to put local plans in place, and Inside Housing visits a Travellers' camp in Bath which is to be developed into an authorised site.

  • Inside Housing - 10/10/2014

    Fresh deal on grant rates, bedroom tax appeals dealt blow by tribunal, and our Midlands special discovers how residents will soon have to produce passports and immigration documents in order to rent a home

  • Inside Housing - 03/10/2014

    Housing minister encourages social landlords to abandon grant funds, strike threat after pension deficit warning, and our regular catch-up with our welfare reform focus group as they prepare for universal credit

  • Inside Housing - 26/09/2014

    Landlord's private rented push in the north, Florrie's law to leave £14m funding hole, and retrofitting homes is having the unintended consequence of providing the perfect breeding ground for mould

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