ARCH and the National Federation of ALMOs (NFA) have put
together a joint submission to be considered under the government's
2015 Comprehensive Spending Review.
In July 2015, Chancellor George Osborne launched the Spending
Review 2015 to identify further savings required to eliminate the
national deficit by 2019/20. The review was launched in the
document: "A country that lives within its means: Spending
Review 2015". It outlined the government's priorities for the
Spending Review and the scope, process and timetable for delivering
The 2015 Spending Review is intended to prioritise government
investment in the NHS and National Security. The government has
also committed to continue to protect spending on schools and
overseas aid but in other areas the Spending Review will look to
make significant savings. It will conclude on Wednesday 25 November
It is against this backdrop that ARCH and the NFA have made
representations on behalf of the stock retained sector in a joint
submission to the Spending Review setting out the case for
investment in council housing.
Read the ARCH/NFA
Spending Review bid 2015 submission.