By making it hard to guarantee rent payments, pursue debts, or get information on tenants, the current system undermines confidence and restricts supply.
Posts Tagged: Social Housing
They push dishonest figures on homelessness and council funding – but the belief of Labour councillors in their own civic virtue remains constant.
In Government, Labour built on the work of George Young in doing so. Now it’s time for some cross-party co-operation in reverse.
They could be replaced with at least 16,000 new homes.
Nadhim Zahawi: New support for those yearning to own their own homes. The Government is delivering on housing.
We must preserve our beautiful countryside – but we must also continue to find places to build homes where people can live. There has to be a balance.
When a tenancy is due for renewal councils vary the rent according to the household income.
Most renters want to buy but believe they will never be able to in our borough – we want to help them achieve their goal.
The Autumn Statement. Giveaways from Hammond this morning. The takeaways will come will this afternoon.
The Chancellor’s big task today is to give business a sense of the Government’s plan for Britain post-Brexit.
The home ownership revolution continues.
If the only options are concrete blocks of various shapes then it is a bogus consultation.
Promises have already been abandoned – on transport fares, housing, policing. Even trees.
The Government which Daniel Korski worked for was responsible for the lack of evidence on the effects of migration of which he now complains.
We don’t have to listen to architectural gurus planning for a brave new world but redevelop estates to restore traditional streets.
These often under-recognised services provide essential support to a wide range of this country’s vulnerable citizens.
Let’s have annual statements of policy goals for the next five years – they should run to no more than a dozen sides of A4.