Tenants lose their ‘spare bedroom tax’ appeal at the Court of Appeal

Five social housing tenants have lost their bid at the Court of Appeal to have the Government’s controversial ‘spare bedroom tax’ ruled as unlawful. The ruling was handed down on 21 February 2014. The Court upheld last year’s High Court ruling which stated the new Rules were not discriminatory. Lawyers argued the Regulations introduced in

Free Seminar: Disputing deposits and terminating tenancies.

DATE: MONDAY 10TH MARCH TIME: 5.30PM REGISTRATION FOR A 6PM START VENUE: EALING GOLF CLUB, PERIVALE LANE, GREENFORD, UB6 8TS There’s always something going on in the residential lettings sector. This time, it’s something that affects both the beginning (deposit) and ending (termination) of a tenancy. This evening seminar brings together our experienced landlords’ line-up

Social Landlords Housing Management and Leasehold Services Seminar: Leasehold property: buying, varying and extending Leases

Date: Tuesday 18th March Time: 3.30pm registration for a 4.00pm start Venue: British Library, St Pancras, London Managing Leasehold property can be a particularly complex area for Housing Associations. This free seminar reviews three situations: What Leaseholders should know when they buy Dealing with Leaseholders can be problematic, especially when they claim they are not