Tag Archives: housing

What London renters want

LONDON, UK. JUNE 15, 2016: 21CC lecture. London housing crisis.

A recent national survey of more than 1000 tenants across Britain, (Endsleigh Insurance, June 2016) found that the top priorities for renters in London were: Realistic rent prices (71%) Wifi and broadband pre-installed (37%) A professional cleaner used before moving in (29%) David Hadden, Head of property at Endsleigh Insurance said “Tenants are showing more authority than they previously did,

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Life off the ladder. Our panel discuss the reality of renting, Wed 15 June, 7pm

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  11 million people in the UK are off the housing ladder and in private renting, up dramatically from previous generations. Over half of Londoners rent. Whether through choice or necessity, more people are renting and for longer. On Wednesday 15 June, 7pm our expert speakers will join us at the Royal Geographical Society (with IBG) to discuss the reality

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The Benefits of Social Housing To Young, Poor Households

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The interim findings of an ESRC and Public Policy Institute for Wales-funded project on housing schemes and poverty alleviation show that becoming a tenant in social housing is likely to have positive impacts on the gross income, housing quality and financial prospects of young, poor households, although whether these benefits last for the long term is unproven. The study, ‘The

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BOOKING OPEN – London: too big to succeed? Tuesday 15 September 2015 7.00pm – 8.30pm

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London competes on a global stage, but what price does its infrastructure pay for doing so? With growing pressure on housing, transport and public services, is it time to rethink growth in the capital? Join us and our expert panel at the Royal Geographical Society (with IBG) for the first in a new series of 21st Century Challenges public discussions

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