7 - 8 October – Nottingham
With a programme covering a range of specialised housing topics and a conference format which allows … more
Framework has opened its first gypsy and traveller site of five pitches in rural Leicestershire to accommodate an extended family who had been living on the roadside close to the site for over 20 … more
A landlord's "complete failure over every aspect of fire safety" jeopardised the lives of his tenants.
Firefighters had to rescue three people from a smoke-logged three-storey building when a fire … more
The Department of Communities and Local Governement is currently reviewing housing and building standards. Sustainable Homes asked the opinions of those likely to be affected by any changes to … more
One in ten people in Great Britain report some kind of mobility problem. That is 5 million people who are likely to need disabled-friendly homes.
Are our stock of homes fit for purpose? Research … more
The question of whether to make it compulsory to install smoke alarms and carbon monoxide (CO) detectors into private rental sector homes is under consideration by the Government.
Such devices are … more
DECC have released the latest statistics on fuel poverty in the UK. The statistics actually date from 2012, reflecting the time to survey and analyse primary data.
The headline figures are that fuel … more
Fuel Poverty is rising and over 2.3 million households are already living with unacceptably high fuel costs.
It never went away - but fuel poverty is definitely "Back"
Sustainable Homes National … more
Calling all Landlords with properties in Lincolnshire.....
There are two landlord events taking place in Lincolnshire over the coming few months which DASH will be attending - why not pop along and … more
Calling all Landlords with properties in South Kesteven….
Do you have a Carbon Monoxide detector in your rental property?
If not contact us today to arrange (delivery or collection) … more