Decrease in homelessness continues

New national statistics show that despite the tough economic times, the number of those accepted as homeless is down

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Results of 'Rural Insights survey 2009'

The Commission for Rural Communities (CRC) has published the results of a comprehensive survey on the perceptions

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Service charge due? Check your bill

It’s that  time of year, with quarterly or half-yearly service charge demands falling due at flats across the country.

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Kickstart Round 2: 5000 new affordable homes

The Homes and Communities Agency has completed its assessment of the first tranche of schemes for a share

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Sports project helps tackle antisocial behaviour

A project tackling antisocial behaviour in a popular park, which saw a 75 percent drop in calls to police, has been praised

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Cutting red tape to help drive recovery

A package of planning system reforms saving developers time and money to help them complete building projects

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Support pledged for a new vision for Byker Estate

Housing Minister John Healey has pledged to give his full support to a new vision  for the future of the iconic Byker estate.

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Threat to rural life as more young quit the countryside

 The Government have been  told  that the long-term future of the countryside is in jeopardy because so many young people

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Council websites not good enough for self service

Most council websites not yet good enough to support major shift to self service concludes Better connected 2010

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Right to Control: The winning councils

The next step in a radical shake-up of the way disabled people use state funding has taken place when Jonathan Shaw

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Editor's Feature
John Alker
Head of Advocacy,
UK Green Building Council

Time and again studies show that one of the key barriers to the uptake of home energy efficiency and low carb...


Poor housing costs the country billions of pounds,...
the relationship between poor housing and poor health outcomes are well documented. It is important ...
Green by name, green by nature
Paul You say "For example we are delivering new technologies that allow more effective virtual and ...
CRC10 Programme
Once again, a great conference with some excellent speakers and a very well coreographed event.
The 80/80 challenge
Whilst I agree with the point made, with so many conflicting messages (e.g. AAA rated dishwashers us...
The 80/80 challenge
Why are we getting so hung up on insulation when we encourage the use of unnecessary items such as t...
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