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New protection for tenantsNew protection for tenants
Measures announced today could give greater rights to tenants if their landlord's property is repossessed.
Healey targets tenancy cheatsHealey targets tenancy cheats
The government has launched a campaign to crackdown on social housing fraud, explains parliamentary researcher Mike Forster.
Salix announce Customer SenateSalix announce Customer Senate
by Tom Rodgers In a first for Salford, Salix Homes have launched a 'Customer Senate', a 13-man board who have powers to obtain ...
City West awarded grant from Homes and Communities Agency for home insulationsCity West awarded grant from Homes...
The Homes and Communities Agency (HCA) has today announced that City West Housing Trust has been awarded £900,000 to provide 1,500...
City West executive becomes residentís slave for the dayCity West executive becomes residentís slave...
City West ís Head of Communities, Martin Reedís doesnít mind getting his hands dirty for the Salford Ė based housing association.
New power for residents to assess servicesNew power for residents to assess...
A group of residents in Salford have been appointed to assess housing services on behalf of tenants.
Social housing signs up for £235m boost - west SalfordSocial housing signs up for £235m...
Structural and external repairs, kitchen and bathroom replacements and roofing repairs are all on the cards for City West's social...
Cash boost for housing projectsCash boost for housing projects
Development projects stalled due to the recession could benefit from a share of £925m, the government announced today.
Households to benefit from 4% drop in water bills - OfwatHouseholds to benefit from 4% drop...
Households will benefit from a £14 fall in average water bills to £330 before inflation over the next five years, industry regulat...
Ofgem fines EDF Energy £2 million for 'poor customer service'Ofgem fines EDF Energy £2 million...
Energy regulator Ofgem is to fine EDF Energy Networks £2 million for poor customer service, the watchdog said today.
Healey: Historic assets should not prove an obstacle to new developmentHealey: Historic assets should not prove...
Housing Minister John Healey today announced new guidelines for councils and developers to make the most of the nationís historic ...
Healey: Why the time is right to reform council housing financeHealey: Why the time is right...
Housing Minister John Healey has published plans to 'dismantle' the current council housing finance formula and replace it with a ...
Warm Front scheme 'failing' poorestWarm Front scheme 'failing' poorest
A government programme designed to help the poorest with their fuel bills is failing those most in need, MPs have said.
City West launches ground-breaking contractor agreement to ensure potential to create over 300 local jobsCity West launches ground-breaking contractor agreement...
Salford-based housing association, City West has launched an innovative contractor agreement whereby each of its contractors agree...
Tailgate Burglaries Cost UK Homeowners MillionsTailgate Burglaries Cost UK Homeowners Millions
Tailgate burglaries are adding a substantial amount each year to the average UK household home insurance policy, according to Swin...
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