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New housing secretary of state appointed

The new Housing Secretary is James Brokenshire MP for Old Bexley and Sidcup, situated between south east London and Kent. He replaces Sajid Javid who moved to the Home Office after almost two years in charge of the housing brief.... View Article

Disabled man wins landmark discrimination case

A 64 year old London man with Multiple Sclerosis has won his claim of disability discrimination against a management company after it failed to make reasonable adjustments to enable him to use the leisure club at the block of flats... View Article

Act now to prevent another Grenfell tragedy

London Assembly Members today (7th June) agreed a unanimous motion calling for further urgent safeguards for London residents, almost one year on from the devastating Grenfell fire.  Seventy-two people died in the fire at the 24-storey tower block in North Kensington on... View Article

Intratone launches Video Intercom at CIH 2018

(Stand E14, Manchester Central) Intratone, one of Europe’s largest access control specialists, will be launching its new V4 Video Intercom Panel at the Chartered Institute of Housing’s (CIH) Conference and Exhibition, at Manchester Central from 26th to 28th June. The... View Article

Exploring offsite construction at Housing 2018

CIH’s Housing conference and exhibition returns to Manchester Central from 26-28 June with a focus on the potential of offsite construction CIH’s annual Housing show is Europe’s largest gathering of housing professionals, offering the perfect opportunity for networking. A range... View Article

Improving indoor air quality for long-term gain

John Moss from EnviroVent discusses condensation and mould growth, and what social housing providers can do about it The English Housing Survey (EHS) has revealed recently that damp continues to be a problem for at least one million homes in... View Article
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