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Help with housing costs

The 2017-2018 editions of the popular guides covering the rules across Great Britain for help with personal housng costs are now available to purchase via the Shelter bookshop. Written by Martin Ward and CIH's Sam Lister, the guides provide comprehensive information on all the main schemes for help with housing costs in the UK. Written in a plain English style they are designed for easy use by tenants, homeowners, local councils, social landlords, welfare rights advisers, tribunal members, and housing professionals.

help with housing costs volume 1 cover

Price: £39.99 (postage: £4 for first copy, £2 for subsequent copies)

20% discount when ordering 5 or more copies

ISBN: 978-0-9934984-3-5

Published: June 2017

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help with housing costs volume 2 cover

Price: £39.99 (postage: £4 for first copy, £2 for subsequent copies)

20% discount when ordering 5 or more copies

ISBN: 978-0-9934984-4-2

Published: June 2017

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Buy both volumes together for £60 - save 25%

Book bundle offer: Order both volumes together for £60 (plus postage) - a saving of 25% compared to buying volumes individually. Visit the Shelter bookshop to place your order.

 

What you need to know briefings

Exclusively for CIH members, our What you need to know.... briefings give you timely summaries on new legislation, government developments, and other important housing sector news.
 

Sam Lister

Policy and practice officer Sam Lister is our expert on welfare reform. Follow the link for Sam's latest presentations and briefings.

sam.lister@cih.org

twitter @SamListerCIH

 

UK Housing Review 2017

The 25th edition of the UK Housing Review is now available, bringing together the most comprehensive and up-to-date housing statistics available for England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland.

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