Monthly Archives: June 2012

Lucky Tim

I read in the press recently that Tim Leunig of the London School of Economics has effectively burnt his bridges with the Chartered Institute of Housing (CiH) and the National Housing Federation over comments that the costs of attending their … Continue reading

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Tenant Scrutiny – an Opportunity to Drive Real Improvement

Have you ever noticed how when one ‘junket’ stops another one starts?  And usually it’s the same people who reappear labelled as something else. Well, as we all know, one of the best things that Eric Pickles has done since … Continue reading

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Repairs charter – more of the same blather from CiH

The Chartered Institute of Housing (CiH) Repairs Charter has been published at the annual squandering of tenants funds event aka CiH Housing Conference 2012.  At least they moved the venue to give hostelries in Manchester the opportunities to benefit from … Continue reading

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