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Levelling-up secretary Michael Gove has said that failing social housing providers in England will not receive future funding after it was revealed he is to cut off £1 million funding to Rochdale Boroughwide Housing (RBH) following the death of a toddler from prolonged exposure to bl

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Senior figures from the housing sector have given their support to a landmark decision to place a council tax premium on second homes and help tackle a “chronic shortage” of affordable housing that is undermining North Yorkshire’s communities.

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The chief executive of Rochdale Boroughwide Housing (RBH) has been sacked from his post following a coroner's inquest found that a mouldy home contributed to the death of a two-year-old boy. Days after a defiant statement confirming that he will not resign despite the growing pressure from mini

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The Welsh Government has set a cap for social rents for the next financial year at 6.5%. Climate change minister Julie James outlined a series of commitments she had secured with social landlords including that there will be "no evictions due to financial hardship for the term of the rent settl

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The current system of exempt accommodation in England, a type of supported housing that is used to house a range of people with support needs, is a "complete mess" that is failing too many residents and local communities at the expense of the taxpayer, a Westminster committee said today. A report fr

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The UK Government is intent on rowing back on its commitment to abolish no-fault evictions in England, according to reports. First pledged under Theresa May’s government in 2019 and a manifesto commitment, measures to protect renters and support levelling up were announced during the Queen&rsq

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All registered providers of social housing in England will need to collect and publish a range of comparable information on areas such as repairs, safety checks and complaints from 1 April 2023 under new tenant satisfaction measures (TSMs) being introduced by the Regulator of Social Housing. Th

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Sector bodies for the not-for-profit social housing sector across the UK have written to new Prime Minister Liz Truss to express their escalating concern over the impact that rising living costs are having on residents and housing providers, urging her to provide prompt and targeted support. The let

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