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The shifting balance in Britain's property market

In the past ten years, the ‘private rented sector’ in the UK has ballooned, both in absolute terms and as a proportion of the housing market. 667 more words


Brighton's Future: a campaign group for affordable housing, with fire in their belly and anger in their heart

A campaign group for affordable housing, ‘Brighton’s Future’, has recently been set up, born out of a desire to find solutions to Brighton’s housing crisis. 280 more words


Announcement: new therapy room, new practice name

Recently, a number of things have come together, and I feel myself undergoing a developmental leap in my practice and professional identity. I am manifesting that change through two decisions: leasing my own therapy room, and rebranding my practice. 691 more words


An Ode to Generation Rent

In writing this post (the first on here in many months), I’m hoping that I may be able to externalise some angst that will help me alleviate my occasional boats of Zoopla or Rightmove addiction.  1,208 more words


Generation Rent: Wipe Your Shoes On The Way In

Currently 3.6million people privately rent their property, this accounts for 17% of all housing. This figure has increased rapidly from just 9% in 1991, and estimates suggest that it will continue to rise to 20% by 2015. 567 more words