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Inside Housing main news
- Two in three associations pay living wage
- 'Generation rent': 1 in 5 have no desire to own home
- Social landlords welcome residency test for allocations.
- Benefits Street makers asked to leave homelessness day centre
- Council invests £75m from HRA into housing projects
Nearly Legal – Housing posts only
- Gonna get myself arrested
- Spoiling the Broth
- Disrepair: La luta continua!
- Disrepair: Damp and quantum
- Early Compliance
LAG Housing Law Blog
- Factionalism and Housing Law
- We shall not be moved
- Ass not what your landlord can do for you
- Something to welcome – for a change!
- Should auld allocations be forgot?
Landlord Law Blog
- Gone fishing
- Ben Reeve Lewis Friday Newsround #150 (on a Thursday)
- Discrimination against gay couple by building management company
- When TDS unfairly find for the tenants at adjudication
- Are these letting agents liable to the landlord for loss of rent where they are in breach of contract?
Housing Law Practitioners Association Updates
- Members’ password
- AGM and Meeting 12 March 2014
- Meeting programme 2014
- Meeting 15 January 2014
- Consultation Response: Further reform of Judicial Review
Garden Court Housing Bulletins
- Housing Law Bulletin – Special Issue – 8 April 2014
- Housing Law Bulletin - Issue 350 – 1 April 2014
- Housing Law Bulletin - Issue 349 – 24 March 2014
Guardian Housing Feed
- Public housing sell-offs | @guardian letters
- How to Get a Council House: a fair depiction?
- Homeless and abandoned: what happens after a wrongful conviction
- Cities need Goldilocks housing density not too high or low, but just right
- Four ways to make housing more sustainable
- The Consumer Contracts (Information, Cancellation and Additional Charges) Regulations 2013
- Court Fees to Increase on 22 April 2014
- More consultation over the Private Rental Sector
- Section 21 news ( and comment)
- APPOINTMENT OF A MANAGER