When there are no private rentals to go to the flow from abusive home to refuge in privately rented accommodation will come to an abrupt halt.
We have a scheme to help our tenants with deposits, to boost home ownership.
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The focus has been on the vulnerable – the elderly, the lonely, and getting homeless people off the streets and into secure accommodation.
There are long-running problems with the Piccadilly Line. The antiquated signalling system desperately needs updating.
We need to install more electric vehicle charging points, plant kelp farms, and offer Council Tax discounts for environmentally-friendly gardening.
Some places might not be able to support a full time shop, pub, or post office, but could support a unit that operates as all three at different times of the day
We could see a revitalisation of smaller towns as people spend more of their time – and more of their money there.
Rather than having a genuine regard for safety, the hard left is resorting to threats and scaremongering as a “negotiating position”.
These bodies are supposed to ensure the needs of patients are being met. Yet this work is being neglected.
Plus: councils will not go bust – and restrictions are to be eased on eating al fresco.
A more flexible approach would also make independent living easier and let the elderly stay close to their friends and families.
But after the waste, mismanagement, and broken promises of the Mayor, it is right that tough conditions are attached,
Each ward member is given an enabling communities budget of £7,500 per year, funded from the New Homes Bonus.
Homeworking can make council staff more productive. It also means we can manage with less office space.
The public recognises that the response has been more about engagement than enforcement. More police powers are not needed.