Monthly Archives: January 2018

Housing security time bomb ticking for 1,661 Northampton council households

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How Northampton Council culled the housing register….from 10,000 to 3,000

How Northampton Council culled the housing register….from 10,000 to 3,000 The pen and willing voting fodder is mightier than building homes for people on a housing waiting it seems

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Are Northampton Borough Council using a loophole in homelessness legislation?

Are NBC using a loophole in homelessness legislation? London councils skirt six-week rule for homeless families Homeless families are being housed for protracted periods in council-owned properties, Inside Housing has discovered, in conditions that would be illegal if their temporary accommodation … Continue reading

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6% of the housing replaced will be met with trumpets and grinning great and good

February 2018   6% of the housing replaced will be met with trumpets and grinning great and good  At Spring Boroughs Northampton Partnership Homes are working with partners Willmott Dixon and Keepmoat Regeneration on a number of developments. These include building: … Continue reading

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Warning to Tenants if your circumstances have changed (for the better) you could be kicked out.

If it is decided at the review that you are not going to be granted a further tenancy you will get 2 months notice … THAT’S NICE!               Northampton Partnership Homes (NPH) have provided the … Continue reading

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558 Northampton council homes have been flogged off since April 2012

558 Northampton council homes have been flogged off since April 2012 Sold by NBC Bedsit 1 1 bed 85 2 bed 217 3 bed 233 4 bed 17 5 bed 5 TOTAL 558 RtB Sales 558 37 2017-18 Q3 31 … Continue reading

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Northampton Council Pays £132,000 for property it sold for peanuts

Northampton Council Pays £132,000 for property it sold for peanuts The shambles of Right to buy One property shows how Northampton Borough Council operates They flog off the property to the tenant on the cheap at a discount (i.e. via … Continue reading

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