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Housing 2017 | Grenfell spotlight | Housing comms
Housing 2017: Social housing in the spotlight over Grenfell
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Speakers at the opening day of this year’s Chartered Institute of Housing annual event in Manchester had an unenviable task. They had to acknowledge that everything they said in their presentations was in the context of the tragic events at...
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Will the DUP alliance affect English housing policy? | Housing PR
Will the DUP alliance affect English housing policy?
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In the latest general election fall out, we've heard today that the Queen’s Speech will be delayed beyond its planned date of Monday 19 June. No doubt this gives Theresa May  more time to finalise – and agree – the details...
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Election round up | See Media
Election round up – what next?
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The results are in, and it’s not what Theresa May had hoped for. She had set out to increase her slim majority in order to bolster her mandate, but she lost a total of 12 seats and now no longer...
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General Election 2017 | See Media
What does the General Election 2017 mean for UK housing?
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Jenny Riddell sets out what the snap general election means for the housing sector and which policies to look out for in party manifestos.
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Data | | Housing communications blog | See Media
Data with destiny
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I have spent the past few weeks researching a project for HACT and have learned more than I probably ever wanted to know about social landlords and the expenditure data they publish over £500 (more on this from HACT in...
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Housing and the House | See Media blog
Housing and the House
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Yes, there is an election coming – and I don’t mean the European one on 22 May. It has been suggested for some months now that the general election on 7 May 2015 (almost a year to the day!) will...
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