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Chief executive of large housing association resigns

03/01/2017 | By Pete Apps

The long-standing chief executive of one of England’s largest housing associations resigned last week.

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Housing and local government figures recognised in honours list

03/01/2017 | By Nick Johnstone

Five housing leaders and several local authority figures – including the chief executive of Stonewall Housing Services and the chair of Accent Group – are among those recognised in this year’s New Year’s honours list.

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Unions gauge support for industrial action at Clarion Group

14/12/2016 | By Pete Apps

Unions at the newly merged Clarion Group have launched a survey of members to gauge support for action.

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05/01/2017 | By Lucy Brown

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The Housing and Planning Act changes what happens to insolvent housing associations, says Séamas Gray

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Executive pay is based on achievements and talent retention, says Aubrey Adams

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Inside Housing salary survey 2016 Video

09/09/2016 | By Sophie Barnes

It’s time for our annual look at chief executive salaries, and after some of the most in-depth research to date, Sophie Barnes reveals how the pay within the 177 biggest housing associations in the sector compares

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Revealed: chief executive salary survey results

09/09/2016 | By Sophie Barnes

Inside Housing has today published its annual chief executive salary survey.

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06/09/2016

Private landlords should welcome licensing because it is driving out the rogues, says Sir Robin Wales

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Government yet to introduce bedroom tax exemption despite court ruling

16/01/2017 | By Sophie Barnes

The government is yet to exempt certain people with a disability from the bedroom tax despite a Supreme Court ruling two months ago.

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Changes to eviction process

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Sian Evans explains how a landmark Court of Appeal ruling is set to change how social landlords go about removing problem tenants.

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Council prosecuted by fire service over Lakanal House blaze

04/01/2017 | By Sophie Barnes

Southwark Council is facing prosecution for breaching fire safety regulations following the deaths of six people in the Lakanal House fire.

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'10 things about 2016': part two

29/12/2016 | By Jules Birch

NEW YEAR REFLECTIONS: Jules Birch concludes his two-part review of what the year meant for housing

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'10 things about 2016': part one

23/12/2016 | By Jules Birch

NEW YEAR REFLECTIONS: Jules Birch looks back at the events of 2016 in the first of a series of end-of-year comment pieces

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Council chief appointed to top job at HCA

21/12/2016 | By Sophie Barnes

The Homes and Communities Agency (HCA) has appointed a new chief executive with a background in housing delivery within local government.

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19/12/2016

2016 was another busy year of housing news. Assistant editor Carl Brown counts down Inside Housing’s most read news stories of the year in reverse order.

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09/09/2016 | By James Tickell

Boards must show restraint because the last thing the sector needs is another rash of damaging stories about ‘fat-cat’ pay for executives, says James Tickell

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Staff at HCA ballot on strike action

13/04/2016 | By Heather Spurr

The Homes and Communities Agency (HCA) has been formally notified of a ballot to strike by staff following a dispute over a pay increase.

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