Should social housing tenants have the right to a tenancy for life, or should they face higher rents or being moved if their circumstances improve? The questions has prompted an unprecedented level of debate in the comment section of this site after we published a news story on proposals along these lines. http://www.insidehousing.co.uk/story.aspx?storycode=6501371
So what do forum users think? Is this a sensible, realistic solution - given the scale of demand for social housing - or would it create the kind of ghettos and stigma that housing professionals have been struggling to avoid?