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Government to commit £3m for boilers on prescription programme

The government is to give £3m to support the development of a programme aimed at providing boilers, insulation and double glazing to households suffering from medical problems linked to cold homes in England. 305 more words


No Veto On Planning

RTPI Scotland Convenor, Pam Ewen, has written to The Herald in response to a letter and editorial published on Monday 2nd March.

Dear Sir / Madam, 292 more words


house for rent

Self standing house to rent  in BRA via Curtatone 4
Two flats, one for floor (each flat: 4 rooms + bathroom)
garden, canteen  & garage… 148 more words


Lack of affordable housing is diminishing our mixed neighbourhood

The news of 88 affordable homes being completed across three sites in Fitzrovia is good news, but the number of homes is far short of what we should expect from planning policy and S106 agreements. 242 more words


Of budget, black money and housing

Vivek Kaul

Arun Jaitley’s second budget as finance minister was slightly high on the policy front. One of the things that Jaitley talked about was tackling the black money menace in the country. 1,027 more words


Carlisle's Interwar Council Housing: 'careful housekeeping...good and progressive government'

Carlisle claimed to have built more council housing for its size than any town in England in the interwar period.  This was an anti-Socialist council, committed (in its own words) to ‘careful housekeeping’ but also to ‘good and progressive government for the city’.  1,439 more words


Another Interview

I had a job interview today.  I don’t know what I’m doing wrong.  I feel like a burden and I feel like just letting everyone how I feel about the situation I’m in.  100 more words

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