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CD-ROM containing details of the 'Caprichando a Morada': Living well is part of human dignity and Building Partnerships to Eradicate Poverty, Poland, winners of the 2009 World Habitat Awards and hosts to the international study visits that took place in 2010.
In March 2011, BSHF submitted evidence to the Public Bill Committee for the Welfare Reform Bill. This Committee is a group of Members of Parliament who provide detailed scrutiny of proposed new legislation.
In March 2011, BSHF submitted evidence to an inquiry by the Communities and Local Government Select Committee on Regeneration. This inquiry focused on policies outlined by the government in 'Regeneration to enable growth: What Government is doing in support of community-led regeneration'.
The Department for Communities and Local Government outlined major changes to Social Housing in the UK. In January 2011, BSHF submitted a response to these proposed changes.
BSHF submitted evidence to a Consultation by the Department for Communities and Local Government in December 2010. This Consultation sought views on the implementation of the New Homes Bonus.
In December 2010, the Work and Pensions Select Committee held an inquiry into proposals to create a Universal Credit. These proposals were set out by the UK government in a White Paper titled "Universal Credit: Welfare that works". BSHF submitted written evidence to the Select Committee on these proposals.
Bringing relationships, community and purpose to the lives of marginalised people
This report radically rethinks how the most vulnerable and marginalised can be better housed and included within their communities, and sets out four key areas of action to achieve this.
Commemorative report
A commemorative publication of the global celebration of World Habitat Day 2010 in Shanghai, China, including detailed descriptions of the World Habitat Award winning projects in Egypt and Sweden.
Sensitivity analysis using three scenarios
Analysis of official data suggests that changes in claimant numbers may have more impact on Housing Benefit expenditure than government proposals.
This report outlines a simpler and more sustainable approach to support with housing costs in the UK. Successive governments have allowed Housing Benefit to ‘take the strain’ of support with housing costs. This report highlights possible reforms to Housing Benefit and how other mechanisms, including housing supply and taxation, could be used more effectively.
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