All discussions tagged with: housing policy
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You are welcome Rexroth
posted Anonymously, 17/09/2014 7:59 pm in Leaseholders' Obligations - Gas Safety
I have a 90 year lease tenancy as a co-op tenant how does this affect me and can you please provide me with any law associated to your comments please. I do have an interest in this. Thank you.
Just to point out about "one of society's most vulnerable" : Addiction is an illness. Now, some addicts do terrible things and cause havoc. If this is the case then eviction should follow, but only after a recommoendation that the said addict go into recovery. There is a big difference between an active addict and someone clean and sober and causing no trouble. The second is a vulnerable person deserving of support. The first is generally a neighbour from hell.
posted Anonymously, 11/09/2014 2:55 pm in Consultancy to assess an "ill" house
you dont specify what sort of illness and what, if any, signs of damage there are in your home.
posted Anonymously, 10/09/2014 5:15 pm in Cannot Apply for a Parking Permit -request rejected by Council!
If you belong to a motoring association they might be able to provide specialist legal advice. If your elderly mother lives with you then you might have additional rights under Equalities Act and/or human rights.
posted Anonymously, 03/09/2014 11:56 am in Circle 33 ENORMOUS market rent increase - any hope of challenging it?
It is market rent, so of course it will increase as the market allows.
posted Anonymously, 28/08/2014 1:50 pm in Options for rehousing a person with mobility needs
HI, Firstly the fact that two of you are working should really make no difference to the scenario although they may have a better chance in securing a private rented propetry is they wanted to do so.
In reality this is one area where the private sector is streets ahead of the social sector. I am a local authority leaseholder, but a former director of a large private sector development of over 400 badly built, modern flats. In these flats, the service charge was over £2000 per year, mainly due to s20 notices and planned maintenance that was prescribed in the lease, and, because there was a rich, greedy freeholder looking for opportunities to fleece the lessees, the very letter of the lease was upheld, and where a point was unclear, legal advice was sought.
From TrackDay, 27/08/2014 4:47 pm in What makes some estates worthy of regeneration while a lot are being demolished?
Hi, first question last. Park Hill Flats was one of the first of its type to be developed in England in the early 1960s. The back to back terraced pre 1919 houses it replaced were highly unpopular. The vision of Streets in the Sky had not been sullied by bad mangement, poor (in some cases) construction and thermal insulation, and anti-social behaviour. As a result the flats were very popular when they first opened, and even up until the late 1980s many of the original tenants were still living there. Later developments of similar flats in Sheffield failed to ...
Crikey, is this what 'Ask the Experts' has devolved into?