Friday, 31 October 2014

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End in sight for toxic and corrosive "needs" based allocation system? 91 Last Post By Sidney Webb 13/09/2010 1:32 pm
£95,000-a-year benefits family of 12 re-homed in a £1,000-a-week house 60 Last Post By Melvin Bone 09/09/2010 3:05 pm
Liberal Vision on why Simon Hughes is wrong on right to buy 57 Last Post By Sidney Webb 17/08/2010 1:49 pm
My daughter is to be made homeless 27 Last Post By Matt Murdock 17/12/2010 8:50 am
Ryan Giggs 19 Last Post By Chris 26/05/2011 8:25 pm
Can the councilforce me to take a 2 bedroom flat if it means one of my two teenage children will end up sleeping in the living r 16 Last Post By Sidney Webb 15/09/2010 12:39 pm
Single Room Rate HB < 35 yo 12 Last Post Posted Anonymously 26/01/2012 9:49 am
What does the future hold? 11 Last Post By Matt Murdock 17/05/2011 9:10 am
What do i need to start supported housing provision? 10 Last Post By Dances with Deer 07/09/2011 4:56 pm
succession of tenancy 8 Last Post By kirsty porter 09/08/2010 7:51 pm
John Redwood - on social housing 8 Last Post By Chris 24/09/2010 9:57 pm
Lost Tenancy Agreement 7 Last Post By Abimbola Badejo 04/12/2010 6:30 pm
Assignement and right to buy 6 Last Post By richard lopez 24/11/2010 0:33 am
Rights in temp accomodation 5 Last Post Posted Anonymously 11/07/2011 3:13 pm
Succession on Assured Tenancy 4 Last Post By sarahc 24/01/2011 11:53 am
Supported housing- the return of the slum landlord? 3 Last Post By Joe Halewood 18/11/2009 12:11 pm
new social housing rent rules 2 Last Post By Adrian Waite 04/11/2010 11:52 am
Starter tenancy and housing medical needs question 2 Last Post By Bill Douses 02/11/2010 4:52 pm
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shared ownership research 0 n/a

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  • posted Anonymously, 31/10/2014 3:27 pm in Is a Housing Association / Housing Co-operative tenant

    So a buy to let landlord with say 20 or so houses could live in a HA property on a social rent? Just asking.

  • From dawn young, 26/10/2014 4:34 pm in temporary decant

    I am in a hotel i cant get it re directed here i asked.

  • From Bob Tenant, 24/10/2014 2:37 pm in forced to end assured tenancy to start a joint one

    I'm not sure how tenancy procedures go in your sector, as I'm used to deal with landlord - tenant or agent - tenant direct relationships. However, a joint tenancy means exactly that 50/50 on everything regarded to the property in question. 

  • posted Anonymously, 22/10/2014 12:55 pm in HOUSING ASSOCIATION TENANT FAILURE

    Is it justme or do other people get irrationally annoyed when people post new topics on a thread that has been dead for years.

  • From jacki tbuckley, 20/10/2014 10:21 am in MOTHER WITH CANCER WANTS INFO ON HOUSING

    can anyone tell me if there is a way to link 2 posts of similar stories ?

  • From Abe Foolish, 19/10/2014 6:17 pm in Queen Mary University of London ,Disgrace

    Just to say that the QMUL Residential Services team have gone down in my own estimate . I didn't think such things happened but now I can believe anything. My best wishes to your lodger for having the courage to come out with this revelation which can't be very pleasant considering he is a student of QMUL .

  • From Seig Heil , 19/10/2014 6:02 pm in Queen Mary University of London ,Favoritism

    I myself am registered with various Residential Services from different London Universities and I just hope that the same thing is not happening in all the Universities with us landlords being none the wiser. After all we are not privy to what is being said many miles away by the Residential Services team to prospective students. 

  • From rudolf hess, 19/10/2014 5:46 pm in Queen Mary University of London ,Disgrace

    If your lodger had indeed believed the Residential Services team of Queen Mary University when they described you as a "troublesome landlord" then he would have taken their advice and chosen another flat and this unpleasant and disgraceful incident would never have come to light and we would be none the wiser!

  • posted Anonymously, 18/10/2014 2:19 pm in L&Q Court of Appeal case

    Leaving aside private /public debte the fact is the EA 2010 makes clear that those that excercise public functions have to comply with PSED ensuring the latter and spirit of the act is fulfilled- get out of this if they can.

  • From Stranger, 13/10/2014 1:59 pm in Section 13 notice under the 1993 Leasehold Reform Act (as amended)

    Section 13 relates to the right to collective enfranchisement, which is the purchasing of the freehold by the collective leaseholders in a building.

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