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‘Lack of detail’ in social housing plan

Housing

‘Lack of detail’ in social housing plan

William Hatchett16/08/2018 - 13:29

Housing, health and local government organisations, including CIEH, have criticised the government’s social housing green paper for its lack of detail and its failure to commit new funding to boost the supply of affordable housing for rent.

Heathrow third runway legal challenges

Environmental Protection

Heathrow third runway legal challenges

Katie Coyne16/08/2018 - 13:06

Six legal challenges to the Heathrow airport expansion plans were lodged before the 7 August deadline last week.

Oxford calls for air powers

Environmental Protection

Oxford calls for air powers

Katie Coyne16/08/2018 - 12:59

Greater powers are needed for councils to reduce air pollution, Oxford City Council has said in a passionate plea to environment secretary Michael Gove.

Food rating fraud puts boss out of business

Food rating fraud puts boss out of business

Katie Coyne16/08/2018 - 11:29

A restaurant owner who pretended his business had a five-star food hygiene rating has been banned from running a company for five years.

Tesco safety breach fined

Health and Safety

Tesco safety breach fined

Katie Coyne16/08/2018 - 13:37

The Tesco supermarket chain has been fined after one of its workers was crushed by a roll cage and suffered serious injuries.

Salmonella victims win £275K case

Salmonella victims win £275K case

Katie Coyne16/08/2018 - 11:22

A £275k payout has been awarded to the 28 victims of the salmonella outbreak four years ago linked to the Real China restaurant in Eastleigh, Hampshire.

Row over rent deposit schemes

Housing

Row over rent deposit schemes

Katie Coyne16/08/2018 - 13:18

Deposit schemes in the private rented sector have come under scrutiny this week and one think tank has publishing a report suggesting the schemes could be replaced with insurance.

Celebrity chef ‘undermining’ food safety

Food Safety

Celebrity chef ‘undermining’ food safety

Katie Coyne19/07/2018 - 13:49

Food safety concerns have been raised over the use of low cooking temperatures for meat being endorsed by celebrity chef Heston Blumenthal.

HSE fatality figures ‘misleading’

Health and Safety

HSE fatality figures ‘misleading’

Katie Coyne19/07/2018 - 13:31

Health and Safety Executive’s latest figures reveal that the number of deaths reported to under RIDDOR regulations to March 2018 have increased from 135 to 144.

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