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Homelessness is on the rise and councils need to take preventative action, the Office of Deputy Prime Minister has warned. 2013
A training project has boosted the recruitment of black people onto housing association boards, a new report published this week reveals. Minority communities make up 33% of the population in Southwark. But a survey by local
housing associations discovered that three-quarters of mainstream boards did not reflect the ethnic balance of the borough..... Read More.
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We are committed to helping build communities that offer sporting and cultural opportunities for all, are rich in local heritage, and enjoy the benefits of design excellence. To this end this they have compiled a library of resources which offer guidance, advice and practical support to all those who are working to build sustainable communities. With information on issues from street design to heritage conservation, these resources will be useful to designers, planners, and community activists.
Living-Space Housing Regeneration is here to try to help improve and regenerate social housing in Britain. According to a recent survey, over 25% of houses in London boroughs are overcrowded and the number of people renting housing from a local authority is on the up.
There are many reasons you may need housing, in recent years it has become almost impossible to get a mortgage or find affordable rent in certain parts of the country. This has led to an increase in people renting homes; however, houses which are leased are not always up to scratch.
Examples of housing problems are:
Living-Space Housing Regeneration hopes to find you a better standard of living. It is our aim to find properties which are up to a high quality living standard at prices which are easily affordable and in areas which you feel safe and secure.
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