An inquiry into the condition of the local authority housing stock in England 1985.
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An inquiry into the condition of the local authority housing stock in England 1985. by Great Britain. Department of the Environment.

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Published by Department of the Environment in London .
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This fund also included those with housing stock managed by ‘arm's-length management organisations’ (ALMOs) A total of 14 London Local Authority and ALMO landlords received m backlog funding during This funding brought approximat homes up to the Decent Homes Standard. Department of the Environment (), English house condition survey part 2, Report of the Interview and Local Authority Survey (London: HMSO). Google Scholar Department of the Environment (), An inquiry into the condition of the local authority housing stock in England Cited by: 4. Local authority landlords in England made , lettings in This was a decrease of %4 compared with the ,lettings made in the previous year, and follows a decline from , in (see Chart 3above). This decline has been due in part to the decline in local authority owned Size: KB. By early , local authorities in England had transferred all their stock to housing associations. In addition, over forty authorities (twenty-three in England and nineteen in Scotland) have carried out 'partial stock transfers', where a council disposes of a package of tenanted housing whilst also retaining stock in its ownership.

  Added Completing local authority housing statistics to guidance notes. 19 December Added Local authority housing statistics for England. Consideration by local housing authority of housing conditions in their district. Reports on particular houses or areas. Environmental considerations. Local housing authority to have regard to environmental considerations. Acquisition of ancient monuments, &c. . social housing fitted into the rest of the housing system. Over 80% of those born in who moved into social housing in childhood came from the private rented sector, where at the time more than half of children did not have hot water or bathrooms in their homes. The vast majority of contemporary social rented homes had all these. This book describes and illustrates the constructional processes, An Inquiry into the Condition of the Local Authority Housing Stock in England. HMSO () Google Scholar. I.H. Seeley. Building Economics.

  Importantly, the circumstances in which they apply will generally be limited to those in which a local authority has transferred housing stock to a housing association. We estimate that approximately of the 1, currently registered housing associations will be affected. An Act to consolidate the Housing Acts (except those provisions consolidated in the Housing Associations Act and the Landlord and Tenant Act ), and certain related provisions, with amendments to give effect to recommendations of the Law Commission.   Information on local authority housing stock, local authority lettings, average local authority rents, local authority waiting lists, decent homes delivery and evictions carried out by local. the local authority's own qualification criteria and have sufficient priority under the local authority's allocation scheme. An allocation scheme must be framed to ensure that certain categories of people are given 'reasonable preference' for social housing, because they have an identified housing .