Myth-busting – Electrical Safety installations Act 202011:19 AM, 3rd August 2020
About 6 days ago 74
Hi all, some advice please. I have new students moving in, saying that they are uncomfortable as gov guidelines suggest different households should not mix. They are suggesting delaying till 1st July, and fishing for money off the rent.
I have searched Gov. uk and found no advice. Although I did find this on BBC:
“Can I move in with someone new? Many people would be planning to move in with a partner, or rent a home with new housemates, who are currently in different households.
“Clearly, that means members of two households getting together, but the government says it is permitted.
“The important caveat is that it should be delayed if anyone in either household is showing symptoms. Any period of self-isolation should also be completed by the last member of either original household before people move in together, or join a houseshare.”
I can’t find where this reporter got this info, which would as I see it allow them to move?
Any help please
The government has amended the coronavirus regulations to make clear that people who wish to move home can do so. The guidance provides important public health information to ensure that moving home and key activities around this, such as viewing property, can happen safely. Click here to view the full guidance
The Government has finally released on Saturday its full pieced together non-statutory guidance for landlords and tenants during the Coronavirus emergency. Click here for the full 21 page document from MHCLG.
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