One Day Without Us
Today, 20th February, is the One Day Without Us national day of action, celebrating the contribution of migrants to the UK.
Campbell Tickell is proud to support this campaign. Migrants play a huge and vital role in our national life, supporting the economy, our public services, manufacturing and service industries, security services, sports, arts and culture, and are a cornerstone of local communities throughout the country. Britain has been built and shaped with successive groups of migrants and refugees, over 2000 years to the present day.
In common with other businesses and organisations across the UK, a number of members of the CT team are the descendants of migrants and refugees, or are themselves migrants.
Councils must prove themselves as developers
Devolving power to local councils can help to solve the housing crisis but only if they use it properly, writes Campbell Tickell associate director Maggie Rafalowicz in the New Statesman Housing Policy supplement.
CT Brief - Issue 27: Governance Special
The February issue of CT Brief is now available! Inside this 'governance special' you will find a wide range of articles focusing on a range of governance issues and views from across the not-for-profit and public sectors. In addition, there are features on: Council-led development; Supported housing; Ireland's housing and homelessness strategy; plus more. Do tweet or send us your thoughts and opinions @Campbelltickel1 or e-mail email@example.com.
PlaceShapers – We Build
PlaceShapers is a national network of community based housing associations. More than 25% of people who live in a housing association home in England live in one their homes and their services are used by more than two million people. PlaceShapers are committed to developing more homes to make a significant contribution to housing needs across the country. Campbell Tickell is delighted to be undertaking a research project to set out the contribution that PlaceShapers’ 117 members make to the supply of new homes and explore how new housing provision can be maximised in future.