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How is an ageing population going to impact on how wealthy we are?

How is an ageing population going to impact on how wealthy we are?

20 December 2018

Gerald Koessl is a Research Officer, National Housing Federation
Our report ‘Demographic change and housing wealth’ explores the projected changes in the population over the next two decades. This is the third in a series of blogs highlighting some of the key findings, and posing questions we’d like your opinion on.

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Reflections on the Chancellor’s Budget 2018

Reflections on the Chancellor’s Budget 2018

1 November 2018

Jessica Levy is Public Affairs Manager at the National Housing Federation
This year’s Budget was not the quiet, blink-and-you’ll-miss-it fiscal event that many anticipated. With Brexit on the horizon and significant uncertainty persisting, many were ready to forgive Philip Hammond if this Budget had passed relatively unnoticed.

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How might devolution help us end homelessness?

How might devolution help us end homelessness?

22 October 2018

Sarah-Jane Gay is an External Affairs Manager for London and South East.
If I’d been asked about devolution and its role in ending homelessness before I started working in housing, I’ll admit I wouldn’t have had a clue. But now I can confidently say that devolution is one of the most important tools we have for working together to reduce homelessness.

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London calling to the faraway towns

London calling to the faraway towns

2 October 2018

Dave Smith is External Affairs Manager at the National Housing Federation
Every blog or article needs a clever hook to open the piece, doesn’t it? So… in the true spirit of punk rock: “London calling to the faraway towns.”

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