12:25 PM, 29th January 2014, About 7 years ago 93
It seems to be a regular thing that councils, with our money (tax-payers), are encouraging, even helping tenants to break their legally binding contracts.
It surely is immoral if not illegal that they do this to help massage their own housing list figures?
We need to start a campaign to highlight this, how do others feel about this?
If you feel strongly about this and are serious enough to do something about it then we need to talk. I am hoping to form a campaign group committee so if you are interested in becoming part of this crusade please complete the form below so that I can get in touch with you. When you complete the form an auto-responder email, set up by the clever people at Property118, will send you my email address and telephone number too.
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