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posted Anonymously, 13/12/2014 5:01 pm in Shared Ownership and extending the lease
Are you still having the same problems?
Hello there dawn,
From Zoheb Chaudhry, 27/11/2014 9:49 am in Damp,mould and disrepair- Professional Advice Please
posted Anonymously, 24/11/2014 4:58 pm in Couple one over 65 bedroom tax advice
I am over 65 and live in a small council flat. I suffer from spinal arthritis as well as other health problems. I have decided to swap my flat with a housing association tenant whose flat is slightly larger than mine I.e an extra small bedroom. I am looking ahead as I may eventually be confined to a wheel chair. I have been told that I would not have to pay the bedroom tax. I live on my own and would be living on my own if the swap goes through. Does anyone know if I have to pay ...
The legislation that you're looking at relates to statutory overcrowding, you're looking at Part X of the Housing Act 1985. Mutual exhanges are in s.92, which is Part IV.
Its all over..Nottingjham Community Housing Association have successully had my cl;aim for comepsanation for failing to provide the standards of care and support expected in their sheltered housing scheme thrown out on a legal technicality! . What a Farce. Social Housing? I dont Think So..and i have to pay half their costs!
From Sarah Adams, 16/11/2014 3:46 pm in Is there an obligation to carryout gas & electric safety checks on Mutual Exchanges
I do apologise if I am interupting anyones conversation (first time using this website)
From Paul Kennedy, 12/11/2014 6:11 pm in Is a Housing Association / Housing Co-operative tenant
One point worth mentioning - a tenant who owns property elsewhere will not be entitled to Housing Benefit.
Good Job the Information Commisioner's Office did not get to hear about the mass release of personal data or IH would be in such deep do-do that their owners would be stretched to afford the fines.