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Stockport Homes aims to SweepUP its estates

Since its launch at the CIH Conference in June 2018, Sweep Up has generated lots of interest and its first new housing customer goes live this month. Sweep UP is the latest American estate management software to come to the... View Article

Huge facelift for seaside hotel

A well known seaside hotel is to undergo a complete refurbishment after being bought in a £1 million deal. The Sea Hotel, in South Shields, has been bought by High Street Hospitality – part of the Newcastle based High Street... View Article

Landlords flock to membership bodies to understand new rules

Scotland’s largest landlord organisation has reported a sharp surge in membership as large and small scale landlords seek to understand and implement the raft of new regulations governing the private rented sector (PRS). The Scottish Association of Landlords (SAL) says... View Article

New view for stylish London hotel

Located at the heart of London and on the doorstep of landmarks Kings Cross and St. Pancras, is The California Hotel. This city hotel plays hosts to folk from around the world, all looking out onto the streets of London... View Article

Illbruck PU700 The Van Essential

When speed and strength are paramount, illbruck PU700 multipurpose foam adhesive provides the perfect answer: offering rapid cure and ease of application for bonding a wide variety of construction materials. While one surface must be porous, these can include brick,... View Article

Managing & maintaining water safety: seven top tips for landlords

Dealing with plumbing problems can be time-consuming and costly. However, many call-outs can be prevented if landlords are familiar with the key regulations regarding water safety management and follow best practice, explains Julie Spinks, director of WaterSafe, the national accreditation... View Article

Funding for affordable housing scheme

The second phase of an affordable housing scheme in Walgrave is underway after funding was agreed. Ten new homes will be built at Poachers Close in the village after Daventry District Council (DDC) approved a £107,000 funding application from Northamptonshire... View Article

Are longer tenancies the answer to our housing problems?

The majority of private sector tenants are happy with their accommodation it seems, but a group of experts are warning that the sector’s continuing growth is harming family life and the welfare of children in particular. These contradictory statements pose... View Article

Helping to solve the UK’s housing crisis

It is widely acknowledged that more homes need to be built in the UK. The government has been issuing (and revising) targets since 2015, and although numbers have increased during that period, the fact is the industry is still not... View Article

CIEH calls for urgent action on revenge evictions

The Chartered Institute of Environmental Health (CIEH) has welcomed the new report from Citizens Advice on revenge evictions and called for an urgent review of legislation. The new report, launched today, found that private renters who formally complain about issues... View Article

Give control over intimate care – for life

The need for long-term care support can be alleviated, and best value achieved, by appropriate choice of assisted living aids, that can still be operated despite deterioration in the user’s condition. Closomat, the UK’s leading provider of enabling toilet solutions... View Article
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