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Public housing

Low-cost housing owned, sponsored, or administered by a municipal or other government agency.

public housing

Low-cost housing, owned, sponsored, or administered by a municipal or other governmental agency.
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Here in Liverpool about one in every four homes is social housing, and many of our families rely on social landlords and the council to make sure those homes are safe, warm and well managed.
Perhaps the best starting point for social landlords to improve their services to LGBT people is to collect basic data on the sexual orientation or gender identity of their applicants, tenants and staff.
Cartrefi Conwy have 15 injunctions 'live' dealing with serious cases of noise, nuisance and even criminal behaviour and they are the first social landlord in North Wales to be signed up as Working Towards the Welsh Assembly Government's Standard for Tackling Anti-Social Behaviour.
Whether you are purchasing a house or a flat under shared ownership terms, the registered social landlord will grant you a lease, usually for 99 years.
Now the council is considering a further option - retaining some of the stock and transferring the remainder to a social landlord.
Sally Forth, Co-ordinator of the Anti-Social Behaviour Unit, said: "The RSL Forum ensures a multi-agency approach to efforts to try to eradicate problem tenants in the social landlord housing sector.
The position was only slightly better for new claims from people living in private accommodation and registered social landlord homes.
ANTI-SOCIAL behaviour could be cut on South Wales council estates if a local authority transfers housing stock to a social landlord, officials have said.
BOOTLE-based registered social landlord One Vision Housing has received a national customer service award.
The Homestep Plus scheme will enable Rhondda Cynon Taf County Borough Council to work in partnership with a registered social landlord to provide an adequate supply of housing.
The building, which replaces the former Bournemouth Court, has been developed and paid for in partnership with North Tyneside Council, registered social landlord NomadE5, and the Housing Corporation.
A SOCIAL landlord has reached a landmark by refurbishment the 5,000th property in Sandwell.

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