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Advice - Pandemic Flu
Stay at home, follow the link detailed below to the National Pandemic Flu Service website where you can be assessed or you can receive further advice by telephoning one of the following numbers:
Tel: 0800 1 513 100 or for people who are deaf or hard of hearing using Textphone: Tel: 0800 1 513 200
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It is a fact of life that we all make noise. Whether we are talking to others, playing music, entertaining, driving in our cars or just going about our daily business. What is a noise to one person may be pleasurable to another. Excessive noise can reduce the quality of life and, in some extreme cases, even destroy it entirely.If noise is upsetting your life then this site can advise how you may be able to overcome the problem in a number of positive and constructive ways.
Sitra is an umbrella organisation committed to raising standards in the housing, care and support sector. We have over 20 years experience of offering policy advice, training, information, conferences, events management, consultancy and capacity building services
The Tenant Participation Advisory Service for England is a national non-profit making organisation that provides information, advice, training, consultancy, seminars and conferences on all aspects of involving tenants in their housing management.
The Tenant Services Authority (TSA) came into being on 1st December 2008 and replaced the Housing Corporation, English Partnerships and some of the work covered previously by the Department of Communities & Local Government. The TSA are responsible for the regulation of Registered Providers (RP) previously known as Housing Associations (HA) or Registered Social Landlords (RSL). By spring 2010, subject to Parliamentary approval, they will also be responsible for regulating the landlord functions of all local authorities and Arms Length Management Organisations (ALMOs).
TSA Regulatory Framework for Social Housing in England (.doc)
The Tenant Services Authority’s Regulatory Framework for Social Housing in England was implemented in April 2010. This link provides access to the related documentation which introduced the new standards for Registered Providers, guidance on improving and monitoring performance, information on inspection, complaints, intervention and enforcement and registration and deregistration. More information is available on the TSA’s website.