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As featured in the Guardian Housing Supplement and CT Brief, Issue 25, read James Tickell's analysis of the future of housing policy. 

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Getting to grips with the supply and demand of homes has been a problem the government alone has proved unable to solve for decades. Greg Campbell, CT Partner, calls for a rethink in September's New Statesman Housing Policy Supplement.

Sue Harvey   smallSue Harvey is interviewed by Zina Smith about the implications of Brexit for business planning.



CT Partner Greg Campbell analyses current trends in English housing.

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This week the Public Administration and Constitution Affairs Committee (PACAC) issued a damning report into the demise of Kids Company. None of those involved escaped criticism: the chief executive, auditors and professional advisors, government ministers and regulators. But the harshest words were reserved for the board of trustees

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CT Partner James Tickell discusses how changes in government policies are presenting new challenges for housing associations. Originally published in Social Housing

All of last year’s stress testing is paying off early for housing associations, as some of the theoretical risks modelled suddenly became rather distressingly real.

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