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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.
Consultation on Impact of the changes to Housing Benefit announced in the June 2010 Budget
The Work and Pensions Select Committee investigated the impact of changes to Housing Benefit announced in the June 2010 Budget. This is the evidence that BSHF submitted to the select committee.
Consultation on Impact of the changes to Housing Benefit announced in the June 2010 Budget
The Work and Pensions Select Committee investigated the impact of changes to Housing Benefit announced in the June 2010 Budget. This is the evidence that BSHF submitted to the select committee.
Consultation on The Housing Benefit (Amendment) Regulations 2010
The SSAC carried out a consultation on the likely impact of the proposed Housing Benefit (Amendment) Regulations 2010. This is BSHF's submission to the SSAC.
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