30 March, 2011
28 March, 2011
Issue 210 of Garden Court Chambers' Housing Law Bulletin is now available.
25 March, 2011
 CSOH 55
24 March, 2011
 EWHC 679 (Admin)
23 March, 2011
Every local authority in England has reduced or frozen council tax for this year and will receive a grant equivalent to a 2.5% increase in council tax.
22 March, 2011
Housing Minister also strengthens the government's advice to homeowners looking to protect their properties.
21 March, 2011
15 March, 2011
Repossessions would have been prevented if mortgage regulation rules, proposed by the Financial Services Authority, had been enforced over the last five years.
Ippr analysis projects a need for more than 200,000 additional homes each year.
14 March, 2011
Issue 208 of Garden Court Chambers' Housing Law Bulletin is now available.
11 March, 2011
Changes needed that will help get the economy growing again, not changes that will entrench unemployment and dependency further.
10 March, 2011
New regulations that set conditions which tenancy deposit schemes must meet before they will be approved, and establish the regulatory framework for such schemes.
Shelter expresses concern that millions will be financially unprepared when interest rates go up and won’t have plans in place to manage increased costs.
Department for Communities and Local Government publishes new National Statistics on Statutory Homelessness for October to December 2010.
New regulations that bring into force section 153(a) of the 2010 Act, for the purpose of enabling consultation by the Scottish Ministers in terms of section 16(5B) of the Housing (Scotland) Act 2001
7 March, 2011
 CSOH 44
New regulations in relation to the maximum amount a billing authority may recover in connection with applications for liability orders, and the costs connected with committal.
Plus, from April the grant will no longer be ring-fenced, giving councils 'maximum flexibility to support local needs', says Housing Minister.
3 March, 2011
 EWCA Civ 196
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