Tenancy management


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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Earls Court developer 'ignored house price rises'

30/09/2014

The developer of an £8bn regeneration scheme in west London ‘ignored’ future house prices rises as it sought to persuade a council to minimise the level of affordable housing, an independent report said.

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Homelessness applications in Scotland fall

30/09/2014

The number of homelessness applications and people accepted as homeless have fallen in Scotland over the past year.

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New anti-social behaviour laws delayed

30/09/2014

The government has delayed the introduction of new anti-social behaviour injunctions in order to ensure minors have access to legal aid to challenge them.

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Landlords receive £4.5m energy efficiency boost

30/09/2014

The Scottish government has today announced which organisations will receive £4.5m for more than 1,600 homes to be made more energy efficient.

Iain Duncan Smith

Government considering pre-paid cards for benefits

29/09/2014

The government is considering introducing pre-paid cards for benefit payments, Iain Duncan Smith revealed today.

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Tories would freeze benefits for two years

29/09/2014

Welfare benefits would be frozen for two years under a Conservative government, George Osborne announced today.

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Wates: Tory first-time buyer pledge could be challenging

29/09/2014

One of Britain’s biggest construction firms has warned it could be ‘challenging’ to build on sites earmarked by Conservatives for the development of 100,000 discounted homes.

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Crisis loans rescued from crisis

30/09/2014

Mike Spencer reflects on the charity Child Poverty Action Group’s recent win on funding for low income families in a crisis

Paul Anderson

Who benefits?

30/09/2014

Government plans to increase barriers for young people to benefits could lead to more becoming homeless, argues Paul Anderson

A man wearing a mask to lessen the effect of toxic, traffic pollution.

A lot of hot air

26/09/2014

Paul Ciniglio reveals the results of research conducted by First Wessex and the Zero Carbon Hub into the installations of mechanical ventilation with heat recovery

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The right priorities

26/09/2014

Public engagement and enthusiasm in the housing sector are paramount to progress, says Ann O’Byrne

Barrister, Cornerstone Barristers

Consumer regulations in perspective

24/09/2014

Lessons can be learnt from the Homes and Communities Agency’s latest review of how it regulates consumer standards, says Dean Underwood

GRIP fund manager, Grainger

A safe rent

19/09/2014

Many people, including ‘generation Y’, are in desperate need of wholesome housing

Nick Atkin, chief executive of Halton Housing

Techy times

19/09/2014

A more digital sector is not about moving away from customers, says Nick Atkin

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Generation rent

16/09/2014

A concerted effort needs to be made if we are going to make homeownership affordable for future generations, argues Steve Hicks

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  • General advice

    From: Ask the Experts Last post: 30/09/2014 3:12 pm

    Agree with previous comment. Your best bet is to try and get a job as a Customer Services worker with a social landlord.  After a couple of years of that, you'll have a very good overview...

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