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Inside Housing main news
- Alarm bells ring for City Hall as affordable housing deadline looms
- Outrage over St Mungo’s ‘golden handshake’
- Regulator urged to address 'secrecy' concerns
- Social landlords shun renewable heat scheme due to upfront costs
- Debts spiral for welfare reform-affected tenants
Nearly Legal – Housing posts only
- Only connect – allocation priority
- The Long and Winding Road
- Separated families and bedroom tax
- A very unlawful eviction
- Christopher Chope MP makes a generous offer
LAG Housing Law Blog
- May 2015, the Home Stretch
- Retaliatory Eviction – a solution?
- Summertime… but the living ain’t easy!
- Measure Twice, Cut Once
- Rent Control to Major Debt
Landlord Law Blog
- Who is liable for a deceased tenant’s rent arrears?
- Does a landlord have to allow one of joint tenants to leave before the end of the term?
- A companion and guide to the Private Rented Sector Code
- Can your tenant apply for the penalty for deposit non protection if he’s asked for it to be offset against rent arrears?
- Landlordlaw Blog Roundup from 20 October
Housing Law Practitioners Association Updates
- Housing Law Conference 2014
- September 2014 Meeting
- July 2014 Meeting
- LAA survey on suitability of CFAs
- Members’ password
Garden Court Housing Bulletins
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Guardian Housing Feed
- The right to buy is an unfair lottery that needs winding down not speeding up
- London housing crisis: seven bright ideas from Islington
- London housing crisis: the mixed blessings of Crossrail
- Right to buy must be reformed, National Housing Federation says
- Five ways housing associations can improve their customer service
- I predict a riot – Anti-social behaviour Crime and Policing Act 2014
- Redress Schemes for Letting Agents – countdown to deadline
- Redress Schemes for Letting Agents – deadline to sign up 1 October 2014
- Erratum : Spencer v Taylor and Superstrike v Rodrigues revisited, revisited
- Spencer v Taylor and Superstrike v Rodrigues revisited.
- Sky-high housing costs leave five million stuck in the 'rent-trap'
- Families’ health at risk as rogue landlords refuse repairs
- A tenth of landlords unable to confirm their tenants are gas safe
- First time buyers helped by the Bank of Mum and Dad receiving £23k each
- Housing costs put 3.4 million households on a financial knife-edge