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Synonyms for public housing

a housing development that is publicly funded and administered for low-income families

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I am genuinely proud of the tenant focused work delivered by the city's social landlords; providing advice and guidance to families facing financial hardship; delivering new approaches to affordable credit and tackling loan sharks; working hard to fight crime and anti-social behaviour; developing new approaches to energy efficiency and affordable warmth and delivering community events and neighbourhood clean-up days are all part of the ongoing partnership between the council and our social landlord partners.
HCI's report illustrates the extent of the challenge, despite the good work of individual social landlords such as 30,000-home Gentoo Group, which topped Stonewall's gay-friendly employer list in 2014, and 3,000-home Trident Social Investment Group, which includes sexual orientation and gender identity questions in its surveys and monitoring.
Police were notifying us about the complaints and the issues were being raised at the social landlord forums which we have.
They appear to believe in diversity and choice when it comes to provision by Registered Social Landlords, but it can serve no purpose to lump us in with a monolithic group like Whitefriars.
Launched in 2002 by the Welsh Government, the WHQS sets a minimum standard for social landlords to improve the quality of social housing.
The planning application, brought by Mapeley STEPS (Strategic Transfer of Estate to the Private Sector) and Glenbrook QD Ltd, states: "The development will be funded and delivered by Glenbrook and run and managed on a day to day basis by a third party registered social landlord.
Collecting and evaluating evidence of performance is now central to the job of being a social landlord in England.
The group from social landlord Wilmott Dixon rolled up their sleeves to tend to a residents' garden at Fleetwood House in Moseley.
But now social landlord, Kingdom Housing Association, is to take over the properties.
The ASBO is the first in the Rugby area to be granted with the approval of Warwickshire Police and a registered social landlord.
Sadeh Lok, the independent social landlord, is redeveloping the Rashcliffe estate in Lockwood in partnership with the council.
Contract notice: Provision of a Registered Social Landlord for ther development of Community Forensic Service.
Operating from a town centre base, the project will be open to young people aged 16 to 24 years who are living in properties owned by any registered social landlord across the town, such as Erimus Housing, Endeavour Housing or Accent Housing.
SOCIAL landlord RCT Homes has created a new team to help its 10,000 tenants keep their homes in the wake of significant welfare reforms.