Government forcing landlords to house non-paying tenants for lengthy periods11:18 AM, 15th September 2020
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Here’s a link to the RLA/Pearl’s current survey: ‘State of the PRS’ Q1 2019 quarterly survey that focuses on Welfare Reform issues. This project is titled: “Welfare Reform and Universal Credit: Evaluating the impact on the Private Rented Sector” and the research has been commissioned from Edge Hill University.
“This survey includes questions on the roll-out of Universal Credit and other welfare reforms, the local-housing allowance rates, government policy changes, your attitudes and experiences as landlords, information about your portfolio, and questions about trends in the private rented sector.
“The data will be analysed and presented in an anonymous and/or aggregated format in published academic work and reports. The research findings will be used to inform policy and practice in the private rented sector.”
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