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CT Brief 28 Cover

April 2017

The April issue of CT Brief is now available! Find articles on a wide range of issues from across the not-for-profit and public sectors.  Topics include: the social purpose of housing; the future of social housing in Northern Ireland; tackling social injustice; surviving as a small charity; NHS’s Healthy New Towns initiative; plus plenty more! Download CT Brief 28

hands 1764238 640Campbell Tickell Partners, Greg Campbell and David Williams outline three key messages for charities thinking about mergers.

HouseGreg Campbell and Maggie Rafalowicz discuss the government's post-2020 rent settlement for registered English housing providers.

IH logoGreg Campbell and David Williams discuss the trend towards ‘medium-mergers’ in the housing sector.  This was first featured on the Inside Housing website.

One Day with us

The 20th February was 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.

For more information on One Day Without Us, see www.1daywithoutus.org or @1daywithoutus.

NS spotlightDevolving 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. 

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