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express
Super asylum hostels housing more than 100 refugees coming to a town near YOUare mainly from war-ravaged Syria, would be housed over three separate floors.
Super asylum hostels housing more than 100 refugees coming to a town near YOU
express / Posted 3 days ago
are mainly from war-ravaged Syria, would be housed over three separate floors. A planning statement made to Halton Borough Council said Serco was rolling out the facilities across the country. REDROWHomes on Lancaster Place around 600 metres away... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Disabled tenant housebound for SIX WEEKS as council delay fixing broken liftThomas Taylor now relies on elderly relatives to run errands for him and says h
Disabled tenant housebound for SIX WEEKS as council delay fixing broken lift
Daily Mirror / Posted 4 days ago
Thomas Taylor now relies on elderly relatives to run errands for him and says he’s going “stir crazy” in his home. Thomas can’t manage the single flight of stairs needed to take the lift, after he was left disabled following a horror accident in... Read more
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Daily Record
Disabled tenant trapped on 9th floor for six weeks as council delay fixing liftA DISABLED man has been left trapped in his ninth floor flat for over SIX WEEKS
Disabled tenant trapped on 9th floor for six weeks as council delay fixing lift
Daily Record / Posted 4 days ago
A DISABLED man has been left trapped in his ninth floor flat for over SIX WEEKS as he waits for the council to fix the lift. There is a second lift, but it doesn’t stop at the 52-year-old former truck driver’s floor. Thomas can’t manage the single... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
Questions & Answers - 18 August 2016of GDP. Fitch also points to house prices as a source of risk—something the Gov
Questions & Answers - 18 August 2016
Scoop.co.nz / Posted 5 days ago
of GDP. Fitch also points to house prices as a source of risk—something the Government is addressing, along with our local councils, through its comprehensive housing plan.Alastair Scott: What recent reports has he seen broadly supporting... Read more
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express
Disabled man 'stir crazy' in flat as lift breaks downis having to go and get my prescriptions for me and I've missed two Ninewells
Disabled man 'stir crazy' in flat as lift breaks down
express / Posted 5 days ago
is having to go and get my prescriptions for me and I've missed two Ninewells Hospital appointments." Mr Taylor said the council have offered him alternative accommodation in Broughty Ferry, but he was unable to accept it as he has no support... Read more
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The Border Mail
Detour needed for aged care roadSt Catherine’s Hostel has accused Wangaratta Council of denying aged-care beds
Detour needed for aged care road
The Border Mail / Posted 7 days ago
St Catherine’s Hostel has accused Wangaratta Council of denying aged-care beds to 31 ratepayers NOT HAPPY: St Catherine’s Hostel vice chairman John McSweeney said an expansion would provide accommodation for an extra 31 elderly residents. Picture:... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Pat Buckley: If the Moon had churches, Bishop Cahal Daly would have sent me there... it didn't, so Larne it waswho spat on me when I first arrived today sit and have a coffee and a chat with
Pat Buckley: If the Moon had churches, Bishop Cahal Daly would have sent me there... it didn't, so Larne it was
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 15 days ago
who spat on me when I first arrived today sit and have a coffee and a chat with me. I was elected to Larne Borough Council in 1989, and it was a rough ride. But now when I'm out doing my shopping I meet DUP people who wouldn't speak to me... Read more
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Kingston Guardian
Vintage Kingston: Cambridge Estate residents take a standstairwell really dark. “The stairs crumble, and with wet weather and the dark
Vintage Kingston: Cambridge Estate residents take a stand
Kingston Guardian / Posted 16 days ago
stairwell really dark. “The stairs crumble, and with wet weather and the dark stairwell, this is a real danger for all the elderly people who live here.” Mrs Preston said the meeting was a result of a shared desire of people living on the estate... Read more
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BC Local News
Campbell River healthcare advocates say all paid hospital parking options unfairly penalize someonea daily hospital parking user fee filling the coffers of a private, for-profit
Campbell River healthcare advocates say all paid hospital parking options unfairly penalize someone
BC Local News / Posted 19 days ago
a daily hospital parking user fee filling the coffers of a private, for-profit parking company at the expense of the sick, elderly, poor visitors, parents of sick kids, employees and the out of town people who already have to pay for gas, meals,... Read more
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Campbell River Mirror
Campbell River healthcare advocates say all paid hospital parking options unfairly penalize someonea daily hospital parking user fee filling the coffers of a private, for-profit
Campbell River healthcare advocates say all paid hospital parking options unfairly penalize someone
Campbell River Mirror / Posted 19 days ago
a daily hospital parking user fee filling the coffers of a private, for-profit parking company at the expense of the sick, elderly, poor visitors, parents of sick kids, employees and the out of town people who already have to pay for gas, meals,... Read more
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guardian-series
'Overwhelming' community support and £1k raised for families left homeless by firebaby, a couple with a 13-year-old son and nine-year-old daughter, and a foster
'Overwhelming' community support and £1k raised for families left homeless by fire
guardian-series / Posted 20 days ago
baby, a couple with a 13-year-old son and nine-year-old daughter, and a foster family with two children. An elderly couple whose top floor flat is now completely ruined are still in hospital being treated for smoke inhalation. As... Read more
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Gazette News
Council to close sheltered housing scheme for not providing suitable accomodationand will be moved to new homes or sheltered housing complexes over the next 18
Council to close sheltered housing scheme for not providing suitable accomodation
Gazette News / Posted 20 days ago
and will be moved to new homes or sheltered housing complexes over the next 18 months. Tina Bourne (Lab), Colchester Council's portfolio holder for housing and public protection, said: “We have carefully considered all options for Maytree... Read more
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Yorkshire evening post
Plans in the pipeline for new 40-bed care home in Leedscalled Thomas Owen Care Ltd is seeking planning permission to build the home at
Plans in the pipeline for new 40-bed care home in Leeds
Yorkshire evening post / Posted 20 days ago
called Thomas Owen Care Ltd is seeking planning permission to build the home at the junction of Walter Crescent and Upper Accommodation Road in Richmond Hill. The scheme would also involve the demolition of two existing buildings on the site,... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
New Initiative set to Reduce Cost of Building Consentsby CCS Disability Action - has been campaigning for new Kiwi homes to be built
New Initiative set to Reduce Cost of Building Consents
Scoop.co.nz / Posted 20 days ago
by CCS Disability Action - has been campaigning for new Kiwi homes to be built with features that better cater for the elderly and disabled as well as being suitable for the whole family.In a flagship move, Thames-Coromandel District Council... Read more
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Ilford Recorder
Residents ‘lucky to be alive’ after fire engulfs Wanstead block of flatsthey were lucky to be alive after the roof of their apartment block was complet
Residents ‘lucky to be alive’ after fire engulfs Wanstead block of flats
Ilford Recorder / Posted 22 days ago
they were lucky to be alive after the roof of their apartment block was completely destroyed by a fire which trapped an elderly couple inside their top-floor flat. Around 50 people had to be evacuated from a three-storey block of flats in... Read more
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Kingston Guardian
Sheltered housing conversion could give homes to 26 familiesHOMELESS families from Kingston currently staying in B&Bs outside the borough c
Sheltered housing conversion could give homes to 26 families
Kingston Guardian / Posted 23 days ago
HOMELESS families from Kingston currently staying in B&Bs outside the borough could soon be re-housed, after the council stepped up plans to convert a sheltered housing block in north Kingston. Kingston Council is consulting on plans to convert... Read more
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Weston Mercury
Next step taken over long-term housing plans A guidebook for housing developments has been agreed by North Somerset Counci
Next step taken over long-term housing plans
Weston Mercury / Posted 23 days ago
A guidebook for housing developments has been agreed by North Somerset Council. Elfan Ap Rees. The first part of the council’s sites and policies plan – known as the development management policies... Read more
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Kingston Guardian
Sheltered housing conversion could give homes to 26 families who currently live in B&BsHOMELESS families from Kingston currently staying in B&Bs outside the borough c
Sheltered housing conversion could give homes to 26 families who currently live in B&Bs
Kingston Guardian / Posted 23 days ago
HOMELESS families from Kingston currently staying in B&Bs outside the borough could soon be re-housed, after the council stepped up plans to convert a sheltered housing block in north Kingston. Kingston Council is consulting on plans to convert... Read more
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Croydon Guardian
Social housing tenants could be required to live in Croydon for three years before getting on waiting listsocial housing tenants in Croydon could be required to live in the borough for
Social housing tenants could be required to live in Croydon for three years before getting on waiting list
Croydon Guardian / Posted 25 days ago
social housing tenants in Croydon could be required to live in the borough for three years before being offered accommodation, under proposals currently up for public consultation. Earlier this year, Croydon Council's Labour... Read more
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Reading Evening Post
Katesgrove flats go ahead ona slightly smaller sitethe height of the building would have a “significant effect” on the light at gr
Katesgrove flats go ahead ona slightly smaller site
Reading Evening Post / Posted 25 days ago
the height of the building would have a “significant effect” on the light at ground level in properties across the road. Councillor Rose Williams who represents Katesgrove welcomed the redevelopment of the derelict site. Cllr Tony Page said he... Read more
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Payson Roundup
Star Valley continues senior programsmore than 25 percent of the town’s revenue due to the forced discontinuation of
Star Valley continues senior programs
Payson Roundup / Posted 27 days ago
more than 25 percent of the town’s revenue due to the forced discontinuation of the photo enforcement program. Still the council voted to continue its support of the programs provided its elderly, disabled and homebound by the Payson Senior... Read more
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Daily Mail
ISIS priest killer was AWAITING trial on fresh terror chargesallowed to roam without supervision between the hours of 8.30am and 12.30pm, le
ISIS priest killer was AWAITING trial on fresh terror charges
Daily Mail / Posted 27 days ago
allowed to roam without supervision between the hours of 8.30am and 12.30pm, leaving him free to carry out the murder of elderly priest Jacques Hamel Normandy attacker Adel Kermiche was known to have been a friend of Maxime Hauchard (pictured),... Read more
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chad
Work starts at former General Hospital site in Mansfieldhas taken place on the former General Hospital site in Mansfield to mark the fi
Work starts at former General Hospital site in Mansfield
chad / Posted 28 days ago
has taken place on the former General Hospital site in Mansfield to mark the first step in the building of 54 homes for elderly people. The cutting of the first sod was led by Mayor of Mansfield, Kate Allsop, who was joined by Councillor Alan... Read more
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Weston Mercury
Council’s seal of approval for new planning guidelines Development in North Somerset will now be governed by a clear set of policies
Council’s seal of approval for new planning guidelines
Weston Mercury / Posted 28 days ago
Development in North Somerset will now be governed by a clear set of policies, after a plan which will guide development in the area was adopted by North Somerset Council this week. The first... Read more
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express
Funeral today for ‘lonely’ soldier who lay dead for SEVEN MONTHS without anyone noticinginto Mr Yuill's flat to see if he was all right until last month Relatives hav
Funeral today for ‘lonely’ soldier who lay dead for SEVEN MONTHS without anyone noticing
express / Posted 29 days ago
into Mr Yuill's flat to see if he was all right until last month Relatives have been tracked down on behalf of Oxford City Council by genealogists Finders International and have agreed to take charge of the funeral arrangements. The service to... Read more
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Spalding Today
How we look after 3,000 rented homesCALL: By South Holland District Coun Peter Coupland For this column I’m going
How we look after 3,000 rented homes
Spalding Today / Posted 30 days ago
CALL: By South Holland District Coun Peter Coupland For this column I’m going to focus on how South Holland District Council looks after some 3,000 rented council homes in the district. The authority’s Housing Revenue Account (HRA) helps to... Read more
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This is Oxfordshire
Funeral to be held for man whose body lay undiscovered for seven months in Blackbird Leys homeat the service on Monday (25/7) at Oxford Crematorium. Family members were tra
Funeral to be held for man whose body lay undiscovered for seven months in Blackbird Leys home
This is Oxfordshire / Posted 30 days ago
at the service on Monday (25/7) at Oxford Crematorium. Family members were tracked down on behalf of Oxford City Council by genealogists Finders International and have since taken charge of funeral arrangements. Serious questions were... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Funeral to be held for man whose body lay undiscovered for seven months in Blackbird Leys homeat the service on Monday (25/7) at Oxford Crematorium. Family members were tra
Funeral to be held for man whose body lay undiscovered for seven months in Blackbird Leys home
Oxford Mail / Posted 30 days ago
at the service on Monday (25/7) at Oxford Crematorium. Family members were tracked down on behalf of Oxford City Council by genealogists Finders International and have since taken charge of funeral arrangements. Serious questions were... Read more
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