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From H4rdwork, 24/04/2014 11:25 am in Can right of way include a ramp for disabled tenant?
Ruth, if you need the neighbour's agreement to put the ramp there in the first place I think the answer is in the question. Not only do you run the risk of a new neighbour objecting, but the existing neighbour could withdraw permission.
From Housing Troll, 22/04/2014 2:12 pm in new homeswap tenancies instead of inheriting previous tenants?
The Autumn 2014 deadline you speak of relates locally to you, there is no national change that would push this. If you are unsure, speak with the relevant housing association/local authority, otherwise my intial email to you stands.
posted Anonymously, 22/04/2014 10:06 am in Mutual Exchange Help
Mazza, you must say "I'm sorry you are feeling uncertain about it, but the exchange is completed now. I wish you well. Goodbye".
posted Anonymously, 10/04/2014 8:27 am in Signed new agreement, but mistake in rent
No they shouldn't, they should build new homes or invest in current stock improvements
You are not being bullied, the council is fulfilling its legal duty, although perhaps they have not explained this well enough?
From Mia Woody, 07/04/2014 2:19 pm in Discussion forums re housing especially social housing
posted Anonymously, 04/04/2014 4:43 pm in mutual exchange
Thats should of read "children of different sex" not "same" sorry, its been a long day!
From Housing Troll, 04/04/2014 3:40 pm in Mutual Exchange Withholding of Consent to Exchange
Yes. It may well be the case the son succeeded due to a legal or contractual term, depending on the tenancy agreement. Perhaps it was even a policy decision which did not take the adpatations into account (unlikley but possible).
Sorry, typo in title - should obviously be challenge!!