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28% of renters haven’t seen a rent rise in over a year

New research* from landlord insurance specialists Cover4LetProperty has revealed that nearly a third of the adult population (31 per cent) are now living in private or social rented property – a seven per cent decrease since April 2017. The data showed that:... View Article

Door closer enhances fire safety

British designed and manufactured, Powermatic controlled, concealed door closers tick all the right boxes when it comes to fire safety and are particularly suitable for social housing applications. Powermatics carry the CE mark, meet the requirements for one-hour and half-hour... View Article

Mapei launches Keraquick Ultrafast S1 adhesive

Mapei’s Keraquick Ultrafast S1 adhesive is a cement-based ultra-rapid setting adhesive ideal for fast track repairs. The low VOC Keraquick Ultrafast S1 sets to foot traffic in 60 minutes and is ready for grouting in just 90 minutes. Suitable for... View Article

Protect your most important tools with Hand Armour

Your hands are your most important tools so keep them protected with Hand Armour, a new multi-use barrier cream from Everbuild – A Sika Company. Providing protection against any wet or dry contaminants, it has been designed to help stop... View Article

Wide-ranging housing package announced in Budget

The Chancellor of the Exchequer Philip Hammond delivered his Autumn Budget with a package of measures intended to address what he said was the “challenge of the housing market.” A key measure in his speech was cutting stamp duty for... View Article

Pre-Budget briefing from The Housing & Finance Institute

The Housing & Finance Institute is today publishing its pre-Budget briefing. Housing is set to dominate tomorrow’s Autumn Budget, but it is not yet clear what type of Budget the Chancellor will deliver. The Housing & Finance Institute has laid... View Article

Closomat offers accessible guidance

With the growing need to make homes adaptable so occupiers can remain independent, and in their own homes, new guidance is aiming to help get it right. ‘Design Guidance & Considerations for a Domestic Accessible Toilet’ has been produced and... View Article

Cool down

Dean Ronnie of Cool You UK advises on achieving cool and clean air quality in conservation and new build properties under stringent regulations Installing conventional integrated air conditioning into a building bound by restrictions can be an unachievable objective. Whether... View Article

Lessons for landlords: Fire and carbon monoxide safety

James King of FireAngel shares his top tips with private and social housing landlords on installing the most appropriate levels of fire and carbon monoxide (CO) protection throughout rental properties. Recent National Housing Federation research has shown that housing associations... View Article

Three new board members for national housing provider

Hanover Housing Association is pleased to announce the appointment of three new members to its Board. Dr Stuart Burgess, Chair of Hanover said: ‘We are pleased to welcome Peter Hay, Nicole Bruce and Mike Green to Hanover’s board. These are notable... View Article

Landlords remain bullish despite Brexit uncertainty

With the government locked in its latest round of Brexit negotiations, 85 per cent of landlords are undeterred by the prospect of leaving the EU, according to the third annual Landlord Voice Survey from Simple Landlords Insurance. Despite enduring uncertainty... View Article
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