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We need more creative thinking about how supported housing is funded

We need more creative thinking about how supported housing is funded

28 March 2017

By David Orr, Chief Executive of the National Housing Federation
Today is a big day for supported housing: Ministers will be quizzed on the new funding system. The Work and Pensions and Communities and Local Government Committees have been gathering evidence from a variety of stakeholders over the past month and will put officials to the test as they defend their proposals.

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Research estimates the scale, scope and cost of the supported housing sector

Research estimates the scale, scope and cost of the supported housing sector

22 November 2016

Tristan Carlyon is a Senior Research Analyst at the National Housing Federation
This week is shaping up to be even busier than we had anticipated. Not only do we have the Autumn Statement on Wednesday, but yesterday the Department for Work and Pensions published its long-awaited review of the scale, scope and cost of the supported housing sector.

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