The Renters’ Reform Bill

The roundtable discussion considered a variety of different topics, but primarily focused on how to develop a clear and balanced relationship between renters and landlords. It was widely agreed that the Government should seek to offer greater security for the “middle tier” of residents between social housing and those who can afford to buy, that Section 21 must be abolished, and that improving the court process could help to address problems for landlords and renters alike.

 

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March 2, 2021

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Online

 

 

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