Monthly Archives: January 2013

Seems it is NOT done and dusted?

  One member of the Housing Options Panel (HOP) posted the following RE: introductory tenants According to the Introductory Tenancy Agreement currently available online from NBC, tenants still on Introductory Tenancies have no right to vote in a ballot on transfer. … Continue reading

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Housing Association Flat £1,295.46 more per year?

Housing Association Flat £1,295.46 more per year? Northampton Defend Council Housing on looking at recent properties on the Choice based letting rounds for Northampton.   Would maintain (and will be reporting) that a one bed flat in Northampton would be … Continue reading

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We can keep the fat cats out

We are ready to fight for our homes – we can keep the fat cats out – see you on the streets 

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Thanks to Alan Moore – we are ready to fight

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Issue may well need to be tested in law…

To those not acquainted with housing law, Ground 8 is one of the mandatory grounds for possession of an assured tenancy listed in Housing Act 1988 Schedule 2. It forms one of the major differences between an assured tenancy (typically Housing … Continue reading

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The bedroom tax: Whose home do you think has too many bedrooms

If you have stories on the bedroom tax contact: http://www.dpac.uk.net/2013/01/experiencesstories-on-bedroom-tax-needed-by-journalist/ Posted by Andrew Fisher http://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10151239316938201&set=a.177127913200.118851.527193200&type=1&theater

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What is wrong with borrowing anyway?

    It seems everyone is talking about getting capital investment through ‘innovative’ methods of financing these days – although it flags up in my mind the experience of ‘funny money’ loans in the 1980s (interest rate swaps and sale … Continue reading

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