Responding to new housebuilding figures published by Government, District Councils’ Network Chairman, Cllr John Fuller, said: “Year on year district councils continue to deliver the housing this country desperately needs. “The 2017/8 statistics evidence that Districts...
Responding to the Secretary of State for Health and Social Care’s Prevention Vision, Cllr John Fuller, DCN Chairman said; “We welcome the Secretary of State’s focus on prevention, in particular the recognition of the need for suitable high quality housing, which is...
DCN: RISING COSTS OF HOMELESSNESS MUST BE REFLECTED IN FUTURE FUNDING FORMULA Rising levels of homelessness need to be reflected in local government funding reforms after more than half of district councils reported an increase in requests for help dealing with the...
DCN: ALL RIGHT TO BUY RECEIPTS SHOULD HAVE LONGER TIMEFRAME In its submission to a government consultation on the use of Receipts from Right to Buy Sales, Cllr Sharon Taylor, DCN Finance Lead, said: “Having two sets of time limits for use of Right to Buy receipts for...
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