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Call for evidence –   Submission by –  Possession Friend.uk Impact of COVID-19 (Coronavirus) on homelessness and the private rented sector: Parliamentary inquiry     Terms of Reference The Committee invites written evidence on the impact of COVID-19 on homelessness, rough sleeping, and the private rented sector, as well as any other connected issues. In particular, the Committee is interesting in finding out: 1)   How effective has the support provided by MHCLG and other Government departments in addressing
See below ( but don’t believe the linked article, as I’ll explain ) How many evictions would the Daily Mirror, Research survey Opinium, or Shelter have you believe ? https://fullfact.org/economy/coronavirus-evictions/ How many people have been evicted through Coronavirus ? The Daily Mirror published on 26th of March, 2020 claims a Research survey by Opinium carried out between 20 – 24th March showed – 11% of UK workers, had been evicted from their home as a
Landlords and Corona – Covid-19 virus Free Advice. The Virus situation has thrown most of life into turmoil and various measures have been put in place by the government. Some are more helpful to sections of society than others. ( i.e. Tenants rather than Landlords ) The focus for this article is on how Landlords are faring under the measures that government have introduced. ( see below ) I’m going to set out in summary
Section 21 Housing Act, 1988. 1. Brief History 2. What is it 3. Why is it used, and 4. How often 5. Impact on 1. Brief history. Sec 21 was introduced at a time of High ( relative at the time ) Housing demand and low housing provision. At the time tenancies were governed by the Rent Act where repossession of properties and control of rent were so restrictive that as a means of encouraging
Letter to the BBC: Well done to Catrin Nye for exposing the misery of tenants, the plight of Social landlords and Private landlords. There was a little more emphasis on Social landlords, and the fact that government funding is going towards assisting claimants of Housing allowance for Council – Local Authority Housing as a priority (not private landlords), wasn’t picked up. The knock on impact of Council Tax for all residents could have been calculated
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