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 PFI schemes to build and refurbish council homes 'hit by delays and extra costs' PFI schemes to build and...
Private finance deals to build and refurbish council homes have consistently been hit by delays and cost over-runs, the Whitehall ...
Hosepipe ban on the cards after driest year yetHosepipe ban on the cards after...
by Tom Rodgers United Utilities are considering a hosepipe ban in the North West.
Salix Homes awarded for work with residentsSalix Homes awarded for work with...
Residents' feedback is helping to develop housing services in central Salford, an independent report has found.
Contour respond to Emergency BudgetContour respond to Emergency Budget
In response to the Emergency Budget, Mike Creamer Chief Executive of Contour Housing Group, based in Salford said: "My initial re...
Money Awareness Day to be held in Little HultonMoney Awareness Day to be held...
Friday 25th June will see delegates from City West Housing on Longshaw Drive, Little Hulton offering advice to house holders.
Charlestown Riverside MasterplanCharlestown Riverside Masterplan
A major milestone has been reached in the regeneration of the Charlestown and Lower Kersal area of Salford. On 17th June Salford C...
How to assess fuel poverty using Stock AssessorHow to assess fuel poverty using...
The UK government has a commitment to eliminate fuel poverty by 2018. With the fuel price increases over the past few years, this ...
Strong support for new housing as home ownership aspirations 'remain high' - researchStrong support for new housing as...
Support for new house building is surprisingly high, provided people are reassured about the impact on their local services, accor...
Pickles: 'Labour did more damage to housing than the Luftwaffe'Pickles: 'Labour did more damage to...
The Labour government did more damage to the housing industry "than the Luftwaffe", Eric Pickles claimed today.
Government scraps 'bin tax' plans in favour of recycling reward schemesGovernment scraps 'bin tax' plans in...
The new Government is to scrap plans for controversial 'bin taxes' on family homes, Cabinet Ministers Eric Pickles and Caroline Sp...
Government to stop 'garden grabbing' by housing developersGovernment to stop 'garden grabbing' by...
The Government will announce new measures today to stop the practice of "garden grabbing" which has seen swathes of urban green sp...
Government to clear-up council housing finance 'mess'Government to clear-up council housing finance...
Housing Minister Grant Shapps says the Government is committed to giving councils more financial freedom to deliver a better deal ...
Emma needs your voteEmma needs your vote
Emma Close of Swinton, Salford (33) looks set to swap Salford for sunnier climes later this year, after winning one of eight 1,0...
Number of mortgage deals breaks 3,000 barrier for first time in 15 monthsNumber of mortgage deals breaks 3,000...
The number of different mortgages available has broken through the 3,000 barrier for the first time in 15 months, research has sho...
Video: Salix Homes summer carnivalVideo: Salix Homes summer carnival
by Tony Flynn Hundreds of local people attended the Salix Homes Summer Carnival on Thursday 3rd June at Broadwalk Centre, Salfo...
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