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19/10/16

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26/09/16

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05/05/16

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14/01/16

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18/09/15

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14/10/14

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04/02/14

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30/09/11

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08/09/11

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20/07/11

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04/07/11

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21/06/11

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11/10/10

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27/08/10

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01/07/10

Inside Housing
04/06/10

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13/05/10

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15/04/10

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29/03/10

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26/03/10

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05/02/10

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11/01/10

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09/12/09

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08/10/09

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04/09/09

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21/07/09

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17/07/09

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12/07/09

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10/07/09

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26/06/09

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07/04/09

David Gibson, Inside Housing
03/04/09

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26/03/09

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25/03/09

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15/03/09

Deborah Orr, Independent
05/03/09

Ken Livingstone, Guardian
04/03/09

Inside Housing
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04/03/09

Inside Housing
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26/02/09

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26/02/09

The Guardian
25/02/09

John Perry, Public Finance
25/02/09

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24/02/09

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13/02/09

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09/02/09

Jill Sherman and Fiona Hamilton , Times
07/02/09

Jill Sherman and Fiona Hamilton , Times
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Inside Housing
06/02/09

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06/02/09

Jules Birch, Inside Housing
06/02/09

Keith Richmond, Tribune
05/02/09

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05/02/09

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04/02/09

Inside Housing
03/02/09

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01/02/09

Times
30/01/09

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30/01/09

Beena Nadeem, Inside Housing
30/01/09

Clara Story, Inside Housing
30/01/09

Inside Housing
30/01/09

Inside Housing
30/01/09

Dean Carroll, Public Service
30/01/09

Times
30/01/09

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30/01/09

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29/01/09

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29/01/09

Inside Housing
23/01/09

Bob Roberts, Daily Mirror
22/01/09

Shelter
22/01/09

Inside Housing
22/01/09

thisisstaffordshire
22/01/09

Alan Walter, Inside Housing
21/01/09

Patrick Wintour, Guardian
21/01/09

Daily Mirror
21/01/09

Jules Birch, Inside Housing
21/01/09

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21/01/09

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15/01/09

Peter Hetherington, Guardian
07/01/09

Inside Housing
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Kate Murray, Inside Housing
05/12/08

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03/12/08

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03/12/08

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27/11/08

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27/11/08

Inside Housing
26/11/08

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24/11/08

Nick Mathiason , Observer
23/11/08

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21/11/08

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21/11/08

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21/11/08

Focus
17/11/08

Alan Walter, Inside Housing
14/11/08

Public Finance
14/11/08

Jill Sherman, Times
10/11/08

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07/11/08

Inside Housing
31/10/08

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Jim Pickard , FT
18/10/08

John Harris , Guardian
30/09/08

John Harris , Guardian
30/09/08

Inside Housing
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23/09/08

Alan Walter, Guardian
22/09/08

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22/09/08

Saba Salman, Guardian
19/09/08

Stanley Pignal , Financial Times
19/09/08

Saba Salman, Guardian
17/09/08

Kate Murray, Inside Housing
12/09/08

Tom Lloyd , Inside Housing
11/09/08

Mike Thatcher, Public Finance
05/09/08

Tony Woodley, SCGN
01/09/08

Martin Hilditch, Inside Housing
29/08/08

Inside Housing
15/08/08

The Guardian
13/08/08

Holly Bentley , Guardian
13/08/08

Lynsey Hanley , Guardian
13/08/08

Nicholas Timmins, FT
09/08/08

Inside Housing
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06/08/08

Inside Housing
01/08/08

Inside Housing
01/08/08

Jon Cruddas, Inside Housing
01/08/08

Neil Merrick, Public Finance
01/08/08

Jules Birch, Inside Housing
01/08/08

Inside Housing
25/07/08

Tony Woodley, Guardian
25/07/08

Doug Morrison, Property Week
25/07/08

Guardian
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24/07/08

Inside Housing
19/07/08

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18/07/08

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Inside Housing
11/07/08

Duncan Bowie, Compass
11/07/08

Inside Housing
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Inside Housing
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James Meikle, Society Guardian
03/07/08

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Public Finance
27/06/08

24dash
27/06/08

Martin Hilditch , Inside Housing
20/06/08

Inside Housing
20/06/08

LGA Firstonline
18/06/08

LGA
17/06/08

The Observer
15/06/08

Inside Housing
06/06/08

Glyn Robbins, Compass
04/06/08

Peter Hetherington, Guardian
04/06/08

Inside Housing
30/05/08

Public Finance
30/05/08

Martin Hilditch, Inside Housing
30/05/08

Public Finance
23/05/08

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22/05/08

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BBC
16/05/08

LGA
16/05/08

Inside Housing
15/05/08

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15/05/08

James Lyons, Daily Mirror
09/05/08

Public Finance
09/05/08

24dash
09/05/08

Inside Housing
09/05/08

Inside Housing
09/05/08

John Bibby, Public Servoce
01/05/08

Waverley Council
01/05/08

Inside Housing
18/04/08

Richard Osley, Camden New Journal
17/04/08

Richard Osley, Camden New Journal
17/04/08

Gaby Hinsliff, Observer
06/04/08

Patrick Wintour, Guardian
01/04/08

BBC
31/03/08

Inside Housing
28/03/08

Emily Rogers , Inside Housing
28/03/08

24dash
28/03/08

Inside Housing
21/03/08

Inside Housing
21/03/08

Inside Housing
21/03/08

Steve Partridge, Inside Housing
21/03/08

Anita Pati , Inside Housing
21/03/08

Public Finance
14/03/08

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22/02/08

Inside Housing
08/02/08

Bob Roberts, Daily Mirror
06/02/08

Adam Sampson, Daily Mirror
06/02/08

Kevin Maguire, Daily Mirror
06/02/08

Leader, Guardian
06/02/08

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06/02/08

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06/02/08

Lynsey Hanley, Guardian
06/02/08

Jill Sherman, Times
06/02/08

Bob Roberts, Daily Mirror
06/02/08

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05/02/08

Emily Rogers , Inside Housing
14/01/08

Martin Hilditch , Inside Housing
10/01/08

Emily Rogers , Inside Housing
10/01/08

Peter Hetherington, Guardian
07/01/08

24 Dash
02/01/08

Derek Simpson, Unite-Amicus
17/12/07

Inside Housing
14/12/07

Emily Rogers , Inside Housing
14/12/07

Yvette Cooper , CLG
12/12/07

Yorkshire Evening Post
06/12/07

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28/11/07

24dash
28/11/07

George Monbiot, Guardian
27/11/07

Public Finance
23/11/07

Inside Housing
22/11/07

Inside Housing
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Inside Housing
22/11/07

Keith Cooper, Inside Housing
22/11/07

Public Finance
09/11/07

CLG
05/11/07

Simon Brandon, Inside Housing
02/11/07

Emily Rogers , Inside Housing
01/11/07

Emily Rogers , Inside Housing
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Andrew Bolger, Financial Times
01/11/07

Natalie Bennett:,
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Unison
26/10/07

Inside Housing
15/10/07

Yorkshire Post
12/10/07

Emily Rogers , Inside Housing
11/10/07

Barking & Dagenham Council
06/10/07

Beena Nadeem , Inside Housing
05/10/07

Brian Baker , Inside Housing
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Martin Hilditch , Inside Housing
04/10/07

24 Dash
03/10/07

Martin Hilditch, Inside Housing
28/09/07

Larry Elliott, Guardian
28/09/07

Public Finance
28/09/07

24 Dash.com
27/09/07

Martin Hilditch , Inside Housing
27/09/07

Julian Bailey, BBC
27/09/07

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Inside Housing
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19/09/07

Haroon Siddique, Guardian Unlimited
14/09/07

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14/09/07

Martin Hilditch, Inside Housing
14/09/07

Emily Rogers , Inside Housing
13/09/07

24 Dash
10/09/07

24 Dash
10/09/07

Angela Saini, BBC
08/08/07

Martin Hilditch, Inside Housing
28/07/07

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20/07/07

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Inside Housing
01/06/07

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04/04/07

Bob Roberts, Daily Mirror
21/02/07

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20/02/07

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"Brown suffers big backbench revolt over council house repairs"
MPs briefing Third Reading Housing Bill (The Guardian, 1st April 2008) "Gordon Brown suffered one of the biggest backbench revolts since becoming prime minister last night as 28 Labour rebels backed an amendment to a housing bill calling for more resources for council house building and repair."
Read the amendments (Subsidy arrangements: formula and exclusions; Level playing field on funding; Consultation principles and Code of Practice; Means testing and mixed communities). MPs briefing on amendments to Housing Bill
See also the transcript of the debate in Parliament; how MPs voted on NC1 (fair and balanced ballots) and NC8 (HRA funding amendment), Third Reading Briefing and campaign report from the Council Housing group of MPs.
Help push the Minister to table amendments in the House of Lords as he promised to provide a new code of practice on fair debates and democratic ballots; and also to agree principles for ring fencing income and a level playing field for council housing to provide the 'Fourth Option' ahead of the review of the HRA subsidy system.
What does it mean - what next?
Getting 52 MPs to sponsor our four amendments and taking approx 75% of the four and a half hours debate for discussion around HRA subsidy and a code of practice for ballots (NC1 and NC8) shows that the campaign is making an impact.
But the crucial problem is that only 30 Labour MPs were prepared to oppose the government in the vote so our amendments were easily defeated.
Housing Minister Iain Wright did promise that he would bring forward government amendments in the Lords to address demands for a clear Code of Practice for ballots and to ensure that tenants are not just on transfer but also a major change in the management of our homes. Prior to the debate he agreed to look at requiring councils to keep to a pre-determined ballot timetable, provide resources for both sides of the debate, ensure equal access to facilities and information and look at extending the 28 timetable for appealing against a ballot result.
The government's argued it would be premature to agree major changes on housing finance in advance of its HRA review.
Leaving aside what the outcome of the review might be (and whether the government in power implements the recommendations) this leaves many councils facing serious financial pressures and uncertainty in the medium term.
The campaign will continue to step up the pressure to win an early settlement that secures the future for first class council housing.

200 attend inquiry at Parliament to back amendments
The House of Commons Council Housing group of MPs organised an inquiry event at Parliament on 22 January 2008 to collect evidence to support amendments to the government's Housing and Regeneration Bill. Tenants, trade unionists, councillors and council officers took part, More than 30 areas were represented with 20 giving oral evidence to MPs.
DCH Jan 22 2008 flyer Oral and written evidence has provided more depth reinforces the case for councils improving their existing homes and estates, starting a new council house building programme and ensuring that all homes are maintained as first class council housing in years to come.
Read draft transcript and main points of evidence (draft).
The submissions also included objections to government means testing council housing and the demand that any consultation with tenants has to be based on a fair and balanced debate and conducted according to strict democratic procedures.
The following areas were represented: Birmingham, Bolsover, Cambridge, Camden, Cannock Chase, Chesterfield, Crawley, Dagenham, Gravesham, Hackney, Harlow, Haringey, Islington, Lambeth, Leeds, Lincoln, Manchester, Milton Keynes, NW Leicestershire, Salisbury, Sedgefield, Sheffield, Southampton, Southwark, St Albans, Stroud, Sunderland, Tower Hamlets, Wandsworth, Waverley, Winchester with national unions UNISON and Unite and think tank APSE.

Dear Supporter, (2 December 2007)
Government has introduced a new Housing and Regeneration Bill. This provides an opportunity to secure changes to the local authority housing finance regime to enable councils to improve all existing, build new and maintain all council housing as first class housing for years to come.
It also provides opportunities for those opposed to a first class council (public) housing sector who seek to means test 'low cost rented housing', give predatory landlords opportunities to buy council estates, transfer key decisions from Ministers to new quangos and break up the national HRA - without putting in place guarantees for all councils (see Council Housing Group DCH 'Second Reading' Briefing).
Your support is needed to make sure we get the right result!
The House of Commons Council Housing group is holding a new inquiry to collect evidence to support amendments to the Bill. The group asks organisations to send in written evidence and apply for a timeslot on January 22 to provide oral evidence and answer questions.
We also want tenants, trade unionists and councillors to lobby their constituency MPs on the day and show government Ministers the breadth and depth of support for investment in council housing. Email your MP now and ask him/her to sign the new Early Day Motion 368 Investment in Council Housing.
The new Defend Council Housing newspaper advertises the event, describes key parts of the Bill and the changes we plan to introduce as amendments.
Time is obviously short. Government wants to rush this Bill through early in the new year. Please make plans before Christmas to provide evidence and bring a delegation down to Parliament on January 22. Contact tenants organisations, trade unions and your local council and ask them to 'empower' tenants by sponsoring a broad based delegation to take part (use this letter to supporters and model motion).
Alan Walter
chair, Defend Council Housing
Austin Mitchell
chair, House of Commons Council Housing group

What the Bill includes...
Opens door to means testing
Discriminate against councils building new homes while offering public money to profit-making companies with little protection for either tenants or taxpayers
Transfer key responsibilities from elected Ministers and government departments to an unaccountable regulator
Give the regulator powers to determine criteria for allocating accommodation, terms of tenancies and levels of rent
Break up the national Housing Revenue Account without long-term guarantees for funding council housing
Enable predatory landlords (similar to 'Tenants Choice' under HATs in 1988) to 'persuade' tenants to ballot to transfer their homes and estates.

Get your MP to back these changes
Means-testing, profit and deregulation
Prevent stigmatisation and maintain universal access by removing the means test eligibility element to 'low cost rented housing'.
Delete clauses which exempt profit-making companies from the various regulatory protections for tenants and taxpayers.
Keep key political decisions such as allocating accommodation, terms of tenancies and levels of rent with elected politicians.
Require that tenants receive financial support for genuinely independent tenants organisation for the purposes of holding their landlord to account, and improving their housing services, conditions and amenities (section 86(4)).
Funding Existing Council Housing
Require that local authorities retain all rental income and capital receipts from council housing to be specifically used to manage, maintain, improve existing or build new council homes. Any surplus to be pooled centrally to be redistributed to authorities bidding for extra funding.
Require the Secretary of State to fund local authority housing Management & Maintenance Allowances at 100% of need (as defined by the Building Research Establishment, Estimation of the need to spend on maintenance and management in the Local Authority housing stock, June 2003).
Require the Treasury to take over historic debt where tenants have expressed a clear choice to remain with the council to provide a 'level playing field' with debt write-off when homes are privatised by stock transfer.
Require that councils considering opting out of the national HRA are able to demonstrate that their HRA balance sheet is positive over the 30 years business plan.
Building New Council Housing
Prevent discrimination against local authorities by ensuring that receipt of Social Housing Grant is not conditional on setting up arms-length companies.
Ensure that all new homes - including those built by ALMOs and SPVs - give tenants 'secure' tenancies.
Homes & Communities Agency
Require that full consultation takes place with tenants when allocating Decent Homes funding and that tenants' choice to remain with the council is respected and retaining authorities are not discriminated against financially.
Democracy: A Fair and balanced debate
Require that the principles of a fair and balanced debate as defined by the House of Commons Council Housing Group are applied when landlords consult their tenants. This should include resources to ensure that both sides of the argument are clearly put with a ballot of every tenant at the end of the consultation run to a pre-defined timescale with clear start and end dates.

Produce evidence to submit to the inquiry...
The MPs are calling on supporters of council housing to submit formal written evidence and to apply to provide oral evidence and answer questions at Parliament on January 22. Encourage your council to use its expertise to help provide evidence and ask them to fund a delegation to attend the event. All councils say they want to 'empower' tenants - here's a real opportunity!. Issues to address include:
Changes to the present HRA subsidy system (locally and nationally) to enable authorities to improve existing, build new and maintain all council housing as first class housing for years to come
Financial modelling by local authorities showing the benefit/loss to their HRA from breaking up the national HRA on financially neutral terms; retaining all rental income and capital receipts; debt write-off on equal terms available on transfer; increasing M&M to 100% of need
Means-testing and its effect on sustainable communities - particularly welcome will be statistical information from local authorities on historic and current demographic analysis of council tenants and those on waiting list, the effect on allocations policy from reduction in supply, and estimates of what level of new council housing provision would make communities mixed and sustainable again.
Proposed 'Tenants Choice' ballots
OFTENANT and its possible application to council housing (consultation, tenant empowerment, policy-making such as rent levels, and accountability).
Providing Social Housing grant) to profit-making landlords and local reaction to withholding SHG from councils retaining the direct management of their homes; the effect this is likely to have on security, affordability and value for money for the taxpayer.
Actual affordability of 'affordable' housing (including rented and shared ownership schemes) available locally showing who has access and who is excluded
Demand for council housing locally

DCH has rushed out a briefing - including areas for MPs to table amendments to the Bill. We understand the Committee considering the bill will take evidence before Christmas and the bill will then be debated again in January.

Help us break through the soundbites and remind those who mouthed 'warm words' for council housing over the summer of the commitment they made to provide the 'Fourth Option' for council housing. Contact your MP and ask him/her to read this briefing, sign the new Early Day Motion and speak in the debate supporting our arguments.

If your council has retained its homes, has an ALMO or has yet to consult tenants on the future of council housing find out what the latest position is and give tenants support to join this campaign.

Background documents
Third Reading amendments sponsored by 52 MPs: Subsidy arrangements: formula and exclusions; Level playing field on funding; Consultation principles and Code of Practice; Means testing and mixed communities
formal amendments tabled (Feb 18) by Austin Mitchell MP
Third Reading Briefing
campaign report from the Council Housing group of MPs.
Housing & Regeneration Bill (as amended by Commons)
Housing & Regeneration Bill (as originally published)
Impact Assessment
DCH Newspaper (December 2007)
Jan 22 inquiry draft transcript
Jan 22 inquiry summary of evidence
A4 leaflet
DCH 'Second Reading' Briefing
Draft amendment alternatives from Austin Mitchell MP (17 Jan)
Model DCH motion
Housing Green Paper
DCH 'Interim Response' Housing Green Paper (July)
DCH additional response on Local Housing Companies (October)
Letter to supporters
Transcript of oral evidence to Standing Bill Committee by Alan Walter, DCH (11 Dec)
DCH Memorandum to Standing Bill Committee
House of Commons Council Housing group's Proposed amendments

What you can do
Co-ordinate a joint submission of evidence to the MP's inquiry from local tenants, trade unionists and councillors
Organise a broad delegation to Parliament on January 22, 2008
Order copies of this newspaper (£18 per 100 / £100 per 1000) and distribute to tenants, trade unions and councillors in your area
Ask your MP to sign the new Early Day Motion Investment in Council Housing (EDM 368), meet you at Parliament on January 22 and join the Commons Council Housing group
Pass the DCH model motion and adopt the campaign's five demands for 'Fourth Option'
Get your organisation to Affiliate & donate to DCH - we urgently funds to make the case for council housing and oppose privatisation
Download initial DCH Briefing on the Bill
Letter to supporters
Two articles
The Urgent Need for Third Generation Council Housing, Glyn Robbins

In defence of council housing, John Grayson

What others have to say
“The Federation believes the first threat is posed by those passages of the Bill that could threaten the independent, non-public status of housing associations, through giving the Secretary of State unprecedented powers which could effectively turn housing associations into ‘public agencies’ and therefore part of the public sector. Such a move could prevent them from matching the millions of pounds given to the sector through state grants with a similar sum raised through borrowing, which they are able to do as third sector organisations.”
“Profit making bodies, such as private developers providing shared equity schemes, will not be subject to the same regulatory burden as housing associations and other registered bodies. This means that the providers with the greatest incentive to maximise profits and minimise costs will face the least regulation.”
National Housing Federation

Chartered Institute of Housing

Local Government Association

Shelter

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