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U TURN on Local Authorities Having to Accept Service of Section 21 As Homelessness

25 October, 20160 Comments
Homelessness Reduction Bill changed and it’s bad news for landlords The final version of Bob Blackman MP’s Homelessness Reduction Bill has been published ahead of its 2nd Reading in Parliament. In complete contrast to previous versions, and the report by Crisis that preceded it, the final version delivers a kicking to landlords. The NLA had
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I have heard of bed in a shed – but this is a step to far….

03 September, 20150 Comments
Joe Peduzzi, a London house hunter was left stunned after attending a potential property in Bethan Green to discover the bed of the room he wanted was inside a shed – in the corner or the communal living room. The room was advertised on SpareRoom for £480 per month for rent with an additional £50
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Crisis’ undercover investigation finds homeless turned away by local councils

21 October, 20140 Comments
Homeless charity crisis has carried out an undercover investigation revealing that homeless people seeking help from their councils are being turned away and given no choice but to sleep on the street. Crisis engaged actors, all of which had personal experiences with homelessness, to test the services of 16 local councils across England. The findings
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‘Lost decade’ of building means England now 1 million homes short

26 March, 20140 Comments
An average of just 115,000 new homes have been built since a major housing report warned a decade ago that at least 210,000 new homes a year would need to be built in England, to prevent a worsening housing crisis. According to the author of the original government-commissioned report, Kate Barker, it means that the country
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New Stimulus Packages Announced.

15 June, 20121 Comments
In his annual Mansion House policy speech yesterday Mervyn King, Governor of The Bank of England, announced that more than £100 billion pounds will be injected into the UK’s struggling economy, in response to the worsening economic outlook. Working alongside the government, The Bank Of England will provide billions of pounds of cheap long-term funding to
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