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The supply challenge – helping boards deliver

The supply challenge – helping boards deliver

21 October 2019

Clare Paredes, Head of Communications and Marketing
We recently published research revealing that more than 8 million people in England are directly affected by the broken housing market – that’s one in every seven people. It concluded that more than 300,000 new homes are needed each year to address the crisis, including 145,000 new social homes.

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What next for the Supply Conversation?

What next for the Supply Conversation?

10 June 2019

Clare Paredes is Head of Communications and Marketing at the National Housing Federation
How can housing associations build even more homes? That was the question we asked ourselves at a series of events in the spring called the Supply Conversation.

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Ten top tips for securing planning permission

Ten top tips for securing planning permission

28 February 2019

Duncan Neish, Policy Officer, National Housing Federation
When it comes to building new homes, the planning process can be difficult and uncertain, but there are things you can do to make the process smoother. Many associations already do, providing some of the inspiration for this blog.

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Housing associations and local authorities working together to build more homes

Housing associations and local authorities working together to build more homes

20 February 2019

Allister Young, Chief Executive, Coastline Housing and Jon Lloyd-Owen, Service Director – Housing, Cornwall Council
With vital support from Cornwall Council, housing associations built a quarter of all new homes in the county last year. Part one of our look at housing associations’ partnerships with local authorities explains how the relationship works.

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