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November 4, 2019

Housing delivery is not meeting Londoner’s needs, with its massive under-delivery of social-rented and affordable rent homes. Despite overall targets not being met, there was still an over-delivery of market homes. This briefing analyses data from the 2019 Annual Monitoring Report of the London Plan.

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November 4, 2019

This is the full agenda and booking details for our upcoming Annual Conference, which will be held on Saturday 23rd November at Bloomsbury Central Baptist Church.

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October 31, 2019

On 14th August 2018, the Government published its Social Housing Green Paper for “fundamental reform to ensure social homes provide an essential, safe, well managed service for all those who need it.” This is the response we gave to the consultation.

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October 22, 2019

In May 2019 the Government launched a consultation on a revised rent standard, to come into effect from April 2020. This is the response we made to that consultation.

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October 21, 2019

Intermediate housing is a below-market tenure targeted at households with incomes as high as £90,000 in London. This briefing provides evidence that suggests there is a policy push at the London-wide and borough level to channel public resources toward intermediate housing at the expense of households on growing waiting lists…

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October 21, 2019

London has lost 287,384 social rented homes through the Right to Buy, since its introduction in 1980. 26,332 of these have been lost since 2005/06. This briefing breaks down which boroughs these homes were sold in. We note that Right to Buy sales are dropping in London, presumably due to…

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October 15, 2019

Had all the boroughs hit their London Plan targets between 2005 and 2017 we would now have an additional 53,375 social and affordable rent homes across the capital. This briefing crunches the numbers to breakdown borough by borough the shortfall in delivery of social and affordable rent homes over this…

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October 2, 2019

Poornima Karunacadacharan of Race on the Agenda (ROTA) explains the need for landlords, including housing associations, to comply with the Public Sector Equalities Duty and for socio-economic disadvantage to be treated as a protected characteristic alongside race, disability and other characteristics. Poornima was speaking to the London Assembly Housing Committee…

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October 2, 2019

Lifelong social housing tenant and Regional Delegate for London Tenants Federation, Pat Turnbull, speaks up for social housing as “the best way of providing good housing for a very large section of people”. She also explains the importance of neighbours sticking together and forming Tenants and Residents Associations. Pat…

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October 2, 2019

Mick O’Sullivan, Chair of the London Federation of Housing Co-operatives, explains how housing co-ops do better than the big housing associations for tenant satisfaction and financial security. Mick is speaking at the London Assembly Housing Committee open mic session on social housing after Grenfell, held jointly with London Tenants Federation…

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