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Covering all aspects of housing management, from allocations and setting rents to repairs and maintenance, and handling evictions and anti-social behaviour.

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Hammersmith and Fulham stock transfer 'to be led by residents'

26/11/2014

A London council plotting a major stock transfer will be guided entirely by an independent commission of residents, its leader has said.

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Social housing starts in Scotland fall

26/11/2014

The number of social home starts in Scotland dropped in the second quarter of this year from the same period in 2013 by nearly a half, according to official statistics.

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Pickles orders councils to publish stock valuations

26/11/2014

Councils will be forced to publish valuations of their social homes from April, despite the majority warning that it would lead to ‘misinformed debate’.

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Private tenants living in poor accommodation 'on rise'

26/11/2014

More private renters are struggling to get landlords to improve the quality of their homes, according to a Citizens Advice report out today.

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Universal credit 'may not prove value for money'

26/11/2014

Universal credit may not prove value for money and faces a ‘challenging timetable’ with its plans to introduce a new digital service, according to Whitehall’s spending watchdog.

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Council's market sale homes to go to social tenants first

26/11/2014

A London borough will offer existing tenants a 5% deposit and first chance to buy properties it is building to fund the development of new social homes.

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EXCLUSIVE: Council considers stock transfer to community-run landlord

25/11/2014

One of the largest stock holding councils in London is considering transferring its 12,500 homes to a housing association or community-run landlord.

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Making a safe house secure

26/11/2014

What steps can social landlords take to ensure they don’t inadvertently disclose information that puts domestic abuse victims at risk? Christine Land from Croftons explains

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Map reading

19/11/2014

How should housing associations respond to the tantalising prospect of freedom? In uncharted territory you need something to guide you.

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The Internet of Things

25/11/2014

Are housing providers ready for the Internet of Things?, asks Stewart Davison

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Make it happen

21/11/2014

I’m sure most Inside Housing readers will have shed a tear for the nation’s millionaires this week after the suggestion that £2m will buy them little more than a garage.

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Stereotypically speaking

19/11/2014

Many of the stereotypes about social housing residents are simply wrong, argues Mark Rogers

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Fixing the future

19/11/2014

First the good news – the majority of people working for social landlords think their repairs and maintenance services are good or adequate.

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Step up to access

18/11/2014

The country needs more wheelchair accessible homes as at least 24,000 wheelchair users are waiting for appropriate social or affordable housing, says Brian Carlin

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Housing 2040

17/11/2014

Where are we heading on housing over the next 25 years? That’s the question posed by a new study – and the answer may make you may want to look away now.

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