Category Archives: Fundees’ news releases

Young Foundation launches new housing innovation programme to unlock solutions in the private rented sector

NEWS RELEASE ISSUED BY THE YOUNG FOUNDATION. As the Government focuses its recent budget on an overloaded, crisis-ridden housing sector, today (5/12/17) The Young Foundation launches its first Reimagining Rent ventures cohort, funded by the Nationwide Foundation. Reimagining Rent is a unique programme working with innovative initiatives that are tackling many of the challenges of the […]

Councils set to build 15,000 homes a year, says new report on the rise of local housing companies

NEWS RELEASE ISSUED BY THE SMITH INSTITUTE. Councils across England are not waiting for government to give them the green light to get building again. Hundreds of councils are in fact already providing new homes to rent or buy through their own arms-length local housing companies. This “quiet revolution” in council-home building could see local […]

Older Renters “Living in Fear” in London

NEWS RELEASE ISSUED BY AGE UK LONDON. Funded by the Nationwide Foundation, Age UK London’s Older Private Sector Tenants Programme has spent the last 18 months investigating the state of the private rental market for older Londoners. This has resulted in the publication of our new research report: “Living in Fear: Experiences of Older Private-Renters […]

Right to Build expert task force launched

NEWS RELEASE ISSUED BY NACSBA. Richard Bacon MP announced as Right to Build Task Force Ambassador The National Custom and Self Build Association (NaCSBA) has announced the launch of a new Right to Build Expert Task Force. The Task Force will help Local Authorities, community groups and other organisations across the UK deliver large, affordable […]