DECC have released the latest statistics on fuel poverty in the UK. The statistics actually date from 2012, reflecting the time to survey and analyse primary data.
The headline figures are that fuel … more
Fuel Poverty is rising and over 2.3 million households are already living with unacceptably high fuel costs.
It never went away - but fuel poverty is definitely "Back"
Sustainable Homes National … more
Articles of interest for those in the housing profession. In this issue:
PRS Forum update - the Regulators Code
English Housing Survey
Empty … more
News and views for all landlords keen to update their knowledge and best practices. In this issue:
Budget 2014 update
Rent 2 Rent
Broxtowe Landlord Forum.... and other continual professional … more
A couple explained to delegates at the Chartered Institute of Housing conference this week how they managed to cut their domestic gas and electricity bills by more than 50%.
Wayne and Sue Hubbard … more
Communities Secretary Eric Pickles has unveiled to the CIH annual conference plans for more investment to boost the supply of new homes.
Pickles said: "In 2010 we inherited a paralysed housing … more
More than a third of private renters in Great Britain fear having to move out of their local area because of the high cost of housing, according to a new survey.
The Chartered Institute of Housing ( … more
The East Midlands Property Owners have just published their April / May Newsletter which has a number of interesting including their main feature focusing on the plight of accidental landlords, … more
Over the past few months there has been a lot of speculation about the so-called ‘Superstrike’ case and the impact on landlords and deposits. The RLA, ARLA and other partners were keen … more
This month sees Unipol Student Homes launching a report undertaken by re'new into student housing in Nottingham, looking at the changing accommodation needs of students in the city.
The report, An … more