The G15’s submission to the housing white paper
- 15 February 2017
In February 2017 the Government launched a consultation on its latest housing white paper, Fixing our broken housing market. It outlines how government intends to meet its stated aim of building one million homes by 2020.
The paper praises housing associations’ recent record for housebuilding and puts measures in place to build upon this. It commits government to clarifying rent policy from 2020 and reiterates the availability of £7.1bn through the newly-expanded and more flexible 2016/21 Affordable Homes Programme. It challenges housing associations to deliver more homes, whilst also driving further efficiencies.
BLOG: Why celebrating Black history in Britain is important
22 October 2020
Ijay Onyechi, Co-Chair of the BAME Network and Assistant Director, Resident Services at Peabody shares why celebrating the past can build a brighter future.
BLOG: Black History Month reminds MTVH of our shared heritage, shared history, and shared values
21 October 2020
The Chair of Metropolitan Thames Valley Housing (MTVH), Althea Efunshile, has written a special message for Black History Month.