Pay to Stay Consultation Submission

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The Department for Communities and Local Government in October launched a consultation on the topic of Pay to Stay: Fairer Rents in the Social Housing Sector. It is the Government intention to introduce a policy from April 2017 in England to enable housing association to charge rent according to the means of tenants on the basis that not all social housing tenants should benefit automatically from subsidised rents.

Based on discussion with RP clients, we have responded to the consultation and full details of our submission are provided below

DCLG Pay To Stay Submission 20-11-15

If you have any questions in relation to this policy or any other regulatory matter, please contact Daniel Milnes.

Nat Avdiu

About Nat Avdiu

Nat Avdiu is a Paralegal in the Contracts and Projects team at Forbes Solicitors. Nat provides updates for clients on a range of issues including: governance, data protection and freedom of information, procurement and charity law.
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