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Author: Great Britain: Department of the Environment
ISBN: 0117531227
Language: English
Pages: 162 pages
Category: Social Sciences
Publisher: The Stationery Office/Tso (June 1, 1995)
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Evaluating Large Scale Voluntary Transfers of Local Authority Housing.

Evaluating Large Scale Voluntary Transfers of Local Authority Housing. Mullins, . Niner, P. & Riseborough, M. (1995) Evaluating Large Scale Voluntary Transfers of Local Authority Housing (London, HMSO).

In book: After Council Housing, p. 74-298. Cite this publication. Voluntary transfers to housing associations set up by local authorities themselves seem the most likely way forward. April 2000 sees the beginning of a radical shake-up of the way housing and support is funded. It will involve the transfer of about £800m to local authorities, which will assume wide new responsibilities for new groups of people currently in supported housing. Yet there is little awareness in many agencies of these major developments. It is essential that local authorities and health agencies.

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Housing Committee Members. Darren Johnson (Chair). Londoners struggle to find an adequate home to live in, one kept in a decent condition, one that is sufficiently secure for them to put down roots in a local community. Employers, as a consequence, are increasingly struggling to attract a healthy, motivated workforce that will put up with this. If councils were able to build more homes, they could provide Londoners with secure tenancies in permanently affordable homes.