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What does the Budget 2015 mean for housing?

Housing professionals know how strong of an impact a Budget can have on their sector, particularly in light of last year’s ‘bedroom tax’ announcements. So, with £34 billion of public spending to be directed towards the housing and environment sector in 2016-17, what does the latest Budget mean for housing?

Government defers social housing benefit cap

The government has announced that it will defer the cap on social housing benefits for a year while it investigates the implications of the move.

Virtual College on target for Sport Relief

Here at Virtual College we entered into the spirit of Sport Relief by holding our own sports-themed fundraising day.

Millions of full-time employees live below ‘poverty line’

Having a full-time job is not stopping millions of Brits from falling below the poverty line, according to a report.

Camden Council: Housing options for victims of domestic violence

Camden council has released housing advice for victims of domestic violence to inform people of their options if they decide to leave home, or if their abuser forces them to leave.

4 tips for improving staff performance – infographic

Do you want to find out how you can improve the performance of your employees?

Enforcing landlord checks of immigrant status ‘won’t be easy’

Landlords are now legally obliged to check potential tenants’ immigration status, but experts have warned that enforcing this rule will not be easy.

Managing through change - Flexible / agile working

First in the series, 'Managing through change - Flexible / agile working',

RICS: Flood repairs will cost homeowners £45K

RICS research has found that returning a home to its normal state after flooding and adding extra flood defences could set property owners back by approximately £45,000.

Birmingham Council announces partnership with housing associations

Birmingham Council is to work alongside the city’s housing associations in a bid to deal more effectively with challenges in housing.
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