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Call for extension of RTB to be funded by central government rejected
13/04/2017

The government has rejected the Select Committee’s recommendation for the extension of the Right to Buy to housing associations to be funded by central government rather than through the high value asset levy on stock retained councils.

Council rents after 2020
12/04/2017

The government has promised further discussions with the housing sector before setting out a new rent policy for the period beyond 2020 “in due course”.

Oxford University survey on leaseholders and refurbishment
12/04/2017

A new survey by Oxford University Faculty of Law aims to develop practical and policy recommendations that would make it easier for social housing providers to deliver essential energy-related refurbishment to flat blocks.

Nominate your tenant rep to join the ARCH Tenants' Group
12/04/2017

Applications to join the ARCH Tenants' Group are now open.

Smashing Silly Stereotypes moves forward
12/04/2017

Great progress is being made on a campaign promoting a positive image of social housing.

ARCH welcomes two new members
12/04/2017

We’re pleased to welcome Cannock Chase District Council and Hinckley and Bosworth Borough Council as ARCH members.

DCLG agree to continue dialogue with ARCH Board
12/04/2017

DCLG officials agrees to continue dialogue on the government’s plans for housing.

Government announce £32million allocations for estate regeneration
30/03/2017

Over 100 housing estates are to benefit from the allocation of £32 million from the government’s Estate Regeneration Fund.

Homeless in temporary accommodation rises again
30/03/2017

Latest figures show the total number of households in temporary accommodation on 31 December 2016 was 75,740, up 10% from a year earlier and up 58% from the low of 48,010 in 2010.

Spare to Share
30/03/2017

Join the launch of the new toolkit developed by CRISIS on how to set up, deliver and manage shared housing provision to help tackle increasing homelessness and demand for social housing.

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