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Habinteg and Equality and Human Rights Commission release free accessible housing toolkits.

Habinteg has created a toolkit designed to help local government leaders improve the availability and management of housing for disabled people. The document offers best practise approaches and practical tools to empower local authorities to consult, provide useful adaptations, assess housing stock and build accessibility into planning frameworks.

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Accessibility: an essential component of healthy homes & communities

Since 2019, the TCPA has been campaigning for changes to national legislation to raise the standard of new housing, and the association has drafted the Healthy Homes Bill to show how to achieve that i...

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Housing plans risk ‘accessible homes crisis’ for England says new research

Housing experts have today warned of an ‘accessible homes crisis’ as new research reveals that less than a quarter of homes built outside London by 2030 will be suitable for older and disa...

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Habinteg and Equality and Human Rights Commission release free accessible housing toolkits.

Habinteg has created a toolkit designed to help local government leaders improve the availability and management of housing for disabled people. The document offers best practise approaches and practi...

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Accessible Housing in Local Plans 2018

In 2018 Habinteg assessed accessible housing requirements in place in local planning authorities across England. ...

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Join our #ForAccessibleHomes campaign

Habinteg's Day of Action takes place on Friday 8 September to raise awareness of importance of accessible housing....

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