The Government has now published their consultation to abolish section 21 of the Housing Act 1988, and the entire assured short hold tenancy regime along with it.
The consultation paper is wide ranging and covers changes to grounds for possession, rent control, anti-social behaviour and court processes to name a few. There is also the response to the housing court call for evidence and the next stage of the Social Housing Green Paper around the corner too.
So, what will the impact be on registered providers of social housing? How will it affect PRS stock and private sector leasing? What new grounds for possession will be needed? What will happen to fixed-term tenancies, starter tenancies and short-term letting? Join our panel of experts on 17 September 2019 for answers to all your questions.
The session will facilitate discussion on the consultation and help you prepare for responding to it.
Nick Billingham, Partner, Head of Housing Management & Property Litigation, Devonshires
Donna McCarthy, Partner, Housing Management & Property Litigation, Devonshires
Lee Russell, Solicitor, Housing Management & Property Litigation, Devonshires
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