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Amending existing council tenancies through the Localism Bill

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12/12/2011 1:29 pm

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Andrew Cotton

Andrew Cotton

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13/12/2011 12:31 pm

Secure tenancies can be changed; there's a statutory process to follow, including opportunity for consultation.

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mark murton

mark murton

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13/12/2011 9:30 am

It's a more general question as I'm interested to learn just how much the young peoplefrom our social services team will be affected.  My understanding up to now is that you cannot change current tenancies in any way.

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Peter Griffiths

Peter Griffiths

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12/12/2011 7:36 pm

Its a Tory Government and with Legal Aid nil.  How you going to enforce your rights.  Do you live in Westminster 

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