In mid-November, the Chartered Institute of Housing, the National Housing Federation and Shelter published the third in a series of reports, Housing Report 3, which examine the government’s responses to the housing challenges it identified when it took office. All the reports assess progress by using a traffic light system to identify how things have changed; green represents going forward, amber means no progress and red is used where things are getting worse. This system allows comparison between the three reports.
The briefing will be of interest to all local authorities with planning and housing duties and to councillors with housing and planning responsibilities in their local authority or as board members of registered social landlords.
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