Friday, 05 February 2016

Tenant empowerment

A New Local Government Network paper outlining how the Housing and Regeneration Act 2008 can help empower tenants.

The paper, written by Ian Keys, external affairs director for Pinnacle and one of those heavily involved in the lobbying over the act, looks at the role of the regulator the Tenant Services Authority and offers recommendations on how it can bring together landlords, housing managers and tenants, ensuring that both receive fair treatment and value for money.

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