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In July 2014 BSHF submitted a response to the National Institute for Health Care and Excellence’s (NICE) consultation on excess winter deaths and illnesses and the health risks associated with cold homes. The goal of the proposed guidelines, which are aimed at a range of key stakeholders including health and wellbeing boards and housing and healthcare providers, is to reduce preventable, excess winter deaths and improve health and wellbeing among vulnerable groups.
In April 2014 BSHF submitted this response to the Social Economy Alliance’s consultation on well-founded growth based on information from previous BSHF research.
In 2013 the Labour Party announced that Sir Michael Lyons would be leading an expert review of housing, looking at how to increase the supply of housing in the UK. This document contains BSHF's response to the Review, drawing on research by BSHF and the findings of our annual consultations at Windsor Castle.
Following the mission to the United Kingdom, 29 August – 11 September 2013
BSHF presented a written submission to the UN Special Rapporteur on Adequate Housing, Raquel Rolnik, following her mission to the UK. The submission covers a range of issues in which the Rapporteur was interested, based on BSHF's previous work in these areas.
BSHF contributed to the Department for Community and Local Government Housing Standards Review consultation, focusing on the topic of space in the home and the potential introduction of space labelling and space standards.
BSHF responded to the Liberal Democrat's consultation on planning in September 2013.
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