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ARCH annual report


The ARCH annual report for 2015-16 is now available to view.


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Spending Round 2019


The Chancellor Sajid Javid delivered his statement on the 2019 Spending Round to Parliament on 4 September 2019.

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ARCH invited to meet Housing Minister Esther McVey

ARCH Chair, Cllr Kim Caddy and Chief Executive John Bibby have been invited to meet the new Housing Minister Esther McVey MP.

100-year celebrations continue

To celebrate the Addison Act and 100 years of council housing, Rotherham Council have issued a special edition of “Home Matters” their magazine for council tenants and leaseholders.

Consultation on sprinklers and new Protection Board established for high-rise homes

The Government on 5 September issued a consultation paper on proposals to reduce the building height for when sprinklers are required to be fitted to new high-rise homes.

Universal Credit Landlord Newsletter

The Department of Work & Pensions has issued the latest edition of their Universal Credit Landlord Engagement Newsletter. This newsletter published on 29 August aims to provide up-to-date information to social and private landlords about Universal Credit.

Spending Round 2019: Making the case for council housing

ARCH and the National Federation of ALMOs (NFA) have put together a joint submission to be considered under the Government’s 2019 Spending Round.

‘See the Person’ Campaign latest

The ‘See the Person’ Campaign to tackle stigma in social housing continues to make progress following the election of the new Tenant Leadership Committee chaired by ARCH Tenant Group member Martyn Lund.

Children’s Commissioner report highlights thousands of children growing up in homeless families

The Children’s Commissioner for England, Anne Longfield, has published new research which shines a light on the thousands of children growing up in homeless families.

£7.5 million Local Digital Fund open for bids

The Government opened the next round of applications for the Local Digital Fund for bids on 19 August.

Luton Council welcome first residents to Roman Way development

The first residents of Luton Council's latest housing development were handed the keys to their new homes on Friday 26 July, marking the centenary of the Addison Act and 100 years of council housing.

HouseMark launches a review of STAR survey methodology

HouseMark has recently launched a sector-wide review of the STAR methodology for collecting and comparing tenant satisfaction.

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