News – June 2010

Pyramid stage Glastonbury

Shelter survives Glasto heat 

29 June 2010

Our volunteers at Glastonbury did a fantastic job promoting Shelter’s work with homeless and badly housed people over the weekend.

george osborne

Housing benefit warning 

22 June 2010

George Osborne's budget announcements on housing benefit could push households over the edge, Shelter chief executive Campbell Robb has warned.

Man and woman

Bad news for homeowners 

22 June 2010

The Government's plan to pay Support for Mortgage Interest (SMI) at the same rate as the Bank of England monthly rate is bad news for struggling homeowners, Shelter chief executive Campbell Robb has said.

Shelter stamp on arm

We're off to Glastonbury 

18 June 2010

Shelter will be offering advice from the John Peel stage at Glastonbury this year.

Construction work

Housing cuts mean job losses 

14 June 2010

Any government cuts to housing investment will lead to widespread job loss and plunge the country into an even deeper housing crisis, Shelter has warned today.

Campbell Robb

Potential cuts ‘extremely worrying’ 

10 June 2010

News that affordable housing projects may be abandoned due to a shortfall in funds is ‘extremely worrying’, Shelter’s chief executive Campbell Robb has said.


Government abandons private landlord registration 

10 June 2010

Government plans to scrap increased regulation of private landlords is disappointing, Shelter has said today.

Street art

Shelter goes Urban! 

09 June 2010

Shelter and building design consultancy Urban Infill are hosting an exhibition of urban photography and artwork as part of the London Festival of Architecture this July.

Father and son

Joint working conference 

09 June 2010

Do you work with children, families or young people? Then you can’t afford to miss this conference, which brings together experts in the field of housing and children’s services.

Rage Against the Machine

RATM tops the bill! 

07 June 2010

The band Rage Against the Machine played a free concert in London’s Finsbury Park yesterday, where they presented Shelter with a cheque for £162,000.

Andy Ludlow Homelessness Award 2010 logo

Andy Ludlow Homelessness Awards 2010 

01 June 2010

Do you work in an organisation in London that tries to improve the lives of homeless people? If so, you could be in line for an Andy Ludlow Homelessness Award!

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