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  • UK rents to rise 15% ...

    UK rents are expected to rise by 15 per cent in the next five years due to a lack of supply, the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors’ (RICS) has warned. Read more Independant
  • Child homelessness in...

    Homelessness in England has hit a 12-year high, according to new data showing that the number of families in temporary accommodation has surged since the Conservatives came into power. Read more Independant
  • Housing market locks ...

    Women are locked out of the housing market, according to a new report which found that homes are unaffordable for them in every single English region. Read More Independant
  • Nearly half of privat...

    Almost half of working private renters in England could not afford to pay their rent for more than a month if they lost their job, housing charity Shelter has found. read more Independant
  • Why we need to stop u...

    All of us are complex and unique individuals – yet we reduce rough sleepers' identities to nothing with a single, heavily loaded word. Read more Independent
  • London's housing shor...

    inner-city micro flats are set to get even smaller but are they a solution, or part of the problem? Read More:

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  • Government housing be...

    The vast majority of local councils in England and Wales believe the Government’s cut to housing benefit for private renters will lead to a rise in homelessness, a new survey has found.. Read more: Independent
  • Government warned Uni...

    The government has been warned that continuing with its rollout of the new Universal Credit benefits system risks plunging claimants into hunger, destitution or even homelessness over Christmas.Read more: Independent
  • Number of homeless el...

    People over the age of 60 are now twice as likely to register with local councils as homeless than they were seven years ago, with the figure having risen from 1,210 in 2009 to 2,420 last year.
  • Government urged to l...

    The Government must lift the cap on housing benefits or see a million households facing homelessness within the next two years, politicians and campaigners have warned. Read more: Independent