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Old 06-03-2017, 11:38 AM   #41
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Old 07-03-2017, 11:01 PM   #42
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Makes sense to provide housing to only those that need it, especially in these times.
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Old 08-03-2017, 09:09 AM   #43
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Makes sense to provide housing to only those that need it, especially in these times.
That is a long piece of string to wind out.
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Notting Hill Housing’s Kate Davies: The Wicked Witch of the West

https://thisisnorthkensington.wordpr...h-of-the-west/
They are trying to socially cleans us all here, there, overthere....in London.
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Old 01-11-2017, 05:24 PM   #45
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Makes sense to provide housing to only those that need it, especially in these times.
Their idea of "need" is not shared.
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Old 01-11-2017, 08:48 PM   #46
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Their idea of "need" is not shared.
Indeed when they try to uproot everyone.
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Old 01-11-2017, 10:12 PM   #47
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This policy was adopted in South Australia about 20 years ago for all but aged pensioners and people who are disabled. As people were moved out, the rental stock was reduced or demolished and medium density housing replaced it.

The Fed. Gov now looks after disabled people (except mentally ill) and the only folk who can be assured of public housing are refugee migrants, which has angered a lot of people.

PS: even the major psychiatric facility has been demolished to make way for luxury housing.
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Old 02-11-2017, 09:20 AM   #48
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Unfortunately I can't tell you the story but I have a story to confirm what you are saying tealady and even more. You will be outraged.

On the other hand, it gives you a hope that even in a dire situation, with a stroke of luck, anything is possible beyond belief. I don't know whether to be hopeful or outraged.....
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I can't remember if I posted these links but FYI.



http://radicalhousingnetwork.org/

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"DCH was formed 20 years ago to fight against the 'stock transfer' policy of the time. It is a national, non-party political organisation supported by several trade unions."

http://www.defendcouncilhousing.org.uk/dch/
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GLA: estate regeneration guidance ‘delayed by Grenfell’


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BY LUKE BARRATT

Sadiq Khan’s guidance on estate regeneration has been delayed by the Grenfell Tower fire, the Greater London Authority (GLA) has said.

Speaking exclusively to Inside Housing, James Murray, deputy mayor for housing, said that a number of ideas sent in after the fire meant that the GLA needed further time to reflect on the guide.

The final version of the mayor’s Good Practice Guide to Estate Regeneration was originally due this summer after a period of consultation, but Mr Murray said it would be published “in due course”.

He added: “We want to make sure that when the final guide comes out it reflects all the different responses we’ve had to the ideas set out in the draft version and make sure that the mayor’s position is stated as fully as possible.”

Mr Khan’s position on estate regeneration has been in the spotlight recently due to Jeremy Corbyn’s comments in his speech on the subject at this year’s Labour conference. The Labour leader came out in favour of compulsory tenant ballots for regeneration, a measure which was not supported in the draft version of the mayor of London’s guide.

There have been calls to increase tenant participation in regeneration projects after residents of Grenfell Tower said their concerns over the safety of the block during a 2016 refurbishment were ignored.

Mr Murray also confirmed to Inside Housing that the upcoming London Plan, to be published next month, would include a “long-term strategic target” of 50% affordable housing. Last week, the mayor published an assessment of housing need which found that the capital needs 66,000 new homes a year, 65% of which should be affordable.

Mr Murray, however, refused to be drawn on whether the target should be increased to 65%, saying that even achieving 50% affordable housing “would require a significant boost in funding from government”.

Currently the GLA expects 35% of housing on private land to be affordable, and 50% for public land, in order for developers to benefit from faster planning permission.

Mr Khan has called for a £1bn increase in funding for affordable housing from central government at the Budget next month. Mr Murray suggested that the necessary increases in funding could be provided by devolving stamp duty receipts – which total around £3.4bn a year – to the GLA.
Some more good articles on insidehousing.
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