'Regardless of whether you own your home or rent in the social sector, residents deserve security, dignity and the opportunities to build a better life.'
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The development on the former Leopold Estate began during the height of the recession in 2008.
'That’s my hope for Brixton, that it becomes a place where a community is open to change yet they get to have their say and input. Then Brixton can save itself.'
The report says forcing tenants to pay large up-front deposits means many people struggle to move between properties.
'The Government is failing in its commitment to protect the Green Belt – it is being eroded at an alarming rate.'
The long-awaited bill proposes a ban on all of the upfront fees letting agents currently charge prospective tenants as well as putting a cap on deposits.
The community of Crompton and Shaw in Oldham, which sits below the moorland, is at risk of flooding from the River Beal, and its tributaries.
'We have made a real commitment to listen to those living on the estate and will work closely with residents.'
Overall, the new-look NPPF is I believe a step in the right direction when it comes to tackling the chronic litany of housing issues the country faces.
The tariff has encouraged a solar boom in the UK with almost a million homes now featuring solar panels.