Secure and assured tenants of a housing association have been served notices of possession as their studio flats are being demolished. They have been offered one bedroom flats in the new development on the same site. The tenants have been living in studio flats for 10 – 30 years. It's estimated that the rent and service charges for the new flats will mean tenants paying an extra 20/30% a month. Do the tenants have any grounds for arguing that these flats don't meet the 'suitable alternative accommodation' test? Some of the tenants are on low incomes and the move will mean financial hardship for them. Also is there any way a cap can be put on the service charges social tenants have to pay?