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Housing Ombudsman seeks views on 2017-18 plans and budget

Wednesday 25th of January 2017

The Housing Ombudsman Denise Fowler has published a consultation paper on her proposed plans and budget for 2017-18, including the level of subscription fee, plus an update on performance for the current year.

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Tpas responds to HCA fees consultation

Wednesday 11th of January 2017

The Homes and Communities Agency published a statutory consultation on introducing a fee-charging scheme for the regulation of private registered providers of social housing.

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Tpas Office Closure

Friday 23rd of December 2016

Christmas and New Year

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Autumn Statement Briefing November 2016

Friday 25th of November 2016

The Chancellor presented his Autumn Statement on 23 November. Housing featured highly, with a clear statement that it is critical to economic productivity. There are measures across all tenures designed to improve households’ access to suitable accommodation.

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Pay to Stay Dropped

Tuesday 22nd of November 2016

The controversial mandatory Pay to Stay policy has been dropped. However, government will still introduce some policies to make it more likely that social housing is occupied by lower income households.

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