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06
October
2016
Around 160 new homes are proposed on the outskirts of Cambridge, a leading housing provider confirmed today. Circle Housing – which owns and manages around 1,000 homes in South Cambridgeshire – has secured the 18-acre site next to the ...
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03
October
2016
As well as being a responsible landlord, one of Circle Housing’s key aims is to provide residents with the chances they need to find work or education. In the last twelve months it has helped more than 900 residents in east London into a job, ...
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30
September
2016
Affinity Sutton Group and Circle Housing Group today announce that the Homes and Communities Agency (HCA) has granted conditional regulatory approval for the two groups to merge, creating England’s largest housing association and one of the ...
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19
September
2016
Merton Council has given the green light for the delivery of new, spacious, energy-efficient homes on Ravensbury. This paves the way for Circle Housing Merton Priory to build 21 houses and flats on the disused garages site located at the end of ...
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30
August
2016
Mark Rogers, Chief Executive for Circle Housing explains why we must address the root causes of the problem if we are to solve the homelessness crisis once and for all.
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16
August
2016
Given the condition of much of the country’s housing stock, regeneration is the only viable way of improving rundown urban areas. When media outlets jump on the gentrification bandwagon they tend to overlook the complexity of large-scale ...
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11
May
2016
Housing by numbers 62,000 extra homes needed every year in the capital 3,500 new homes built in Rainham and Beam Park Housing Zone, 26,500 new homes to be developed in Mayor’s London Riverside Opportunity Area Up to 500 new homes ...
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18
November
2015
Data from Mind has found that local authorities are investing an average of just 1% of their public health budgets on mental health.
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