How it is possible to always face successful conveyancing process?

The second part of the project led by Caroline Osborn, Residents’ Views Adviser, took on some of the challenges and discovered practical ways in which Abbeyfield could respond. Working alongside societies and building on their good practice, the project has published four practical reports. E Conveyancing Melbourne National Housing Federation (NHF) figures show 115 associations fall into the 250-500 unit category.

The document – launched last week to review social housing inspections in England – said the existing process can disproportionately increase the burden on what are often small organisations . The time spent on inspecting housing associations with between 250 and 500 homes (as a matter of course) is difficult to justify as making best use of scare resources, it added. It shouldn’t be on the number of units they have, he added. The union has calculated that the government could make available £150m for 2004/05 and £350m in 2005/06.

Speaking after the hearing, Mr Meech said: The Decent Homes standard is a top-down exercise, brought about as a result of government targets. Tenants have been bribed and unduly influenced into choosing a particular course of action. I reiterated to the committee our view that it’s been an unfair process. This week Lesley Carty of Camden DCH said: In one way we would like to know the result of the ballot now, but I think it is right that the judge doesn’t know it before he makes his ruling.

The consultation document, launched by Lord Rooker on Tuesday, states a prime objective of the new body would be: To deal with the growth, particularly delivery of housing numbers, in the short as well as the longer term.
Despite longstanding predictions of an end to the Buy to Let ‘bubble’, the number of private investors in residential property continued to grow in 2003 said Paragon. Housing Options has, along with ARC and other organisations, been concerned about a long standing problem over the rules about ordinary residence and funding. This briefing and case studies has been produced to illustrate the problem and possible ways forward. We would be pleased to receive further feedback or examples to learn form the experience of others (contact details below).

The idea of individualized budgets sits very awkwardly with questions over who pays in the examples given below people who want to live in another area than where they are when assessed as eligible for care and support. Logic suggests that if it is your budget it can travel with you.