Housing

Lessons from Brexit: The Uncivil War
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Yerin reviews Brexit: The Uncivil War and discusses the takeaways. BREXIT. The word that no one can escape from. Especially as communications professionals, it gets frustrating when all other sector news is over shadowed by the daily coverage of the...
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What a perfect fit – Sarah joins the See Media team
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See Media’s PR team has been strengthened by the appointment of housing communications specialist, Sarah Thomas. Sarah joins the company from a Midlands based full service marketing consultancy where she managed the PR and marketing support for a number of...
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Communications campaign of the year 2018: KFC or is it FCK?
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Yerin Seo sets out why KFC’s response to a crisis is her favourite campaign of 2018.
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Two of my favourite comms stories of 2018
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If successful communications is about capturing the imaginations and attention of as many people in your target audience as possible, these two choices deliver – and then some! Love it, loathe it, seen better? Please let me know @smacdonaldSM. In...
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What the Green Paper means for social housing
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Communities Secretary James Brokenshire launched the long-awaited Social Housing Green Paper The Social Housing Green Paper may well mark a seminal moment in the English housing sector. However, this may perhaps be more for what it ushered out than what...
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Dominic Raab and what he means for housing
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The king is dead, long live the king. Or, in this case, Esher and Walton MP Dominic Raab, the successor as English housing minister to Alok Sharma. In a government reshuffle that is notable in the main for the lack...
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See Media’s Budget Round-up
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Here is See Media's round-up of the announcements in today’s Autumn Budget, delivered by Chancellor of the Exchequer, Philip Hammond:   *The speech can be read in full, here   GRENFELL TOWER: A further £28m for the Royal Borough of Kensington...
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