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DTP 4m
DTP are delighted to have advised who have just raised £20m of long term funding with bLEND Funding Plc. achieving a new lowest all in rate for bLEND of 1.97%. Congratulations to the teams at Leeds Federated and bLEND on a great job.
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Mark Lawrence 7h
So excited to share our Housing's Next Generation competition! Celebrating the talent of young housing professionals has always been one of the best parts of my job. I'm delighted we can carry that on. Take a look at the shortlist below, you won't be disappointed
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MY CLARION HOUSING & WILLMOTT DIXON UNSAFEHOME 4h
My review was censored yesterday on regarding a true full review about . I thought Trustpilot is an open, online review platform where any consumer with a buying or service experience can leave reviews Not my review
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Ratgirl 30m
A small but vocal number of individuals who do not live in have decided that two communities in Rochdale should lose their homes. This is causing severe distress to residents. The small number of individuals responsible? The RBH Board.
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Mark Lawrence Aug 5
When Section 106 agreements count for nearly 50% of new affordable housing, this is extremely worrying
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MR BRADSHAW WILLIAM BITCOIN INVESTMENT 17m
Thanks for your feedback congrats more and more payout to your wallet because you are very loyal,God bless you for trusting me
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Dave Proudlove Esq. Aug 6
Given the news that s106 agreements could be killed off, the message in this piece becomes even more important
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Rebecca Clarke CIHM Aug 5
I've signed up to this... I may be slightly biased but the ability to do this through evening classes and the rest online has made it so much easier, definitely swayed me. Get in touch if you have been considering a qualification
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Inside Housing 8h
Inside Housing names BAME editorial panel members
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Inside Housing 11m
Large London housing association issues £400m bond
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Dave Proudlove Esq. Aug 5
Pleased to see new council housing on its way. But we need more
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redbrick Aug 6
🏠NEW BLOG🏠 🗣️Councillor reflects on the scandal that is out of area placements after the plight of those from was highlighted on Living With 'Forced Out' Families.
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Mark Pearson (at 🏡) Aug 6
I just hope that this doesn’t mean a decline in truly affordable, social rent homes. The sector relies heavily on s.106 so the alternative needs to be as effective. Concerns for social rent as government unveils plans to scrap Section 106
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Inside Housing Aug 5
The end of Section 106 is a transformative moment which could threaten social housing delivery
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Cllr Cal Corkery Aug 6
Planning reforms announced this week will scrap the system that delivers almost 50% of England’s affordable housing
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Inside Housing Aug 5
Concerns for social rent as government unveils plans to scrap Section 106
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Social Housing Matters Aug 5
Let's all work together, says ! Have a read of our new editor's views on working in partnership across a wide range of stakeholders and how we might achieve that!
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Tony Smith ACIH                     #SocialHousing Aug 4
Yorkshire had the fewest new affordable homes built in England for five years
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Tony Smith ACIH                     #SocialHousing Aug 1
A meeting without actions and minutes, is merely a chat and a diversion from work, over some Hobnobs. Why do we fail to collate minutes & actions sometimes, from the various meetings that erode working hours 🤔?
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Paul Smith Aug 5
The planning system will not be able to deliver social housing, that’s why councils need to build themselves and why we are increasing our council housing programme and why we set up . If the power is with the developers, be the developer
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