Guest blogger Samir Jeraj asks if the intentional homelessness rule is compatable with our Human Rights legislation – what do you think?
I am delighted to introduce a special guest post from Alan Ward, who is Chairman of the Residential Landlord Association. The bad landlord problem There’s a new pejorative term being attached to landlords – amateur is now added to rogue. Meanwhile Phil Wilson MP recently launched a ten minute Bill to regulate landlords. Using Shelter’s […]
I received a very useful briefing recently from Alan Smith (pictured), housing officer at Hartsmere Borough Council, and he has kindly given me permission to reproduce this for you all. Budgetary Changes being made to Housing Benefit (NB: Except where stated, existing HB recipients will be affected from their tenancy anniversary, or possibly sooner if […]
I asked TRO Ben Reeve Lewis if he could do a tenancy deposit post, to fit in with this weeks theme, so he got out his soap box … The case of the Tenancy Deposit rant Explanation: Tenancy Relations Officers (TRO) work for local council’s providing advice on landlord tenant law and investigating allegations of […]