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Affordable housing trial announced for London

A trial of a new scheme which could see London boroughs given more control over affordable housing projects is to be launched in April 2010

Thu 26 Nov 2009

Tribunal rules that minimum wage applies to expenses-only jobs

Workers who choose to apply for jobs advertised as expenses only are still entitled to payment, an employment tribunal has ruled

Wed 25 Nov 2009

Somerset pub ordered to close while licence is reviewed

South Somerset District Council has ordered a pub to remain shut while its licence is reviewed

Wed 25 Nov 2009

Oldham Council imposes restrictions on licensed premises

Oldham Council's licensing committee is to turn its attention to supermarkets after clamping down on the activities of bars in the town

Mon 23 Nov 2009

Barnet regeneration scheme given outline planning permission

A regeneration scheme which could result in 7,500 new homes being built in Brent Cross Cricklewood moved a step closer when Barnet Council granted outline planning permission

Mon 23 Nov 2009

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