Landlords Alliance – Emergency Euro Elections Statement21:09 PM, 21st May 2019
About 2 days ago 52
I may be the softest landlord on the planet but I am concerned about the well-being of 2 of my tenants who I have to finally evict. They have lived in the house for many years but are seriously in arrears and don’t seem to have the ability to help themselves. I have even enlisted Christians Against Poverty (CAP) to sort out their finances but the tenants have not been able to keep to the financial plan agreed. I am expecting them to be removed by the Bailiff and I honestly believe they don’t have anywhere to go.
My question is; is there any automatic link up between the court and the council or social services to get them into emergency accommodation, assuming that there is any? Their local council say they no longer have council houses and accommodation is through a housing association, if they have any!
The eviction will be swift and I am not wanting to see them and their furniture dumped in the street but it is looking that way. I would feel a lot happier if I knew they were being re-housed. Perhaps someone knows of the procedure to get them re-housed.
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