Oct 29, The High Court is this week hearing a test case that will consider whether local authorities and housing associations have acted lawfully in failing to pass on to their tenants any discount or commission agreed with water companies.
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Oct 28, Oct 25, Oct 24, The London Borough of Southwark acted correctly when it told a failed asylum seeker that he must apply to the Home Office for support. Oct 23, The Court of Appeal has quashed a decision by a London borough that a year-old man with physical and mental health issues did not have a priority need for homelessness accommodation.
Oct 22, Oct 16, Oct 15, Social housing should be exempted from government plans to abolish the assured shorthold tenancy regime, Devonshires has said. Oct 11, Newcastle City Council faces a legal challenge over the latest phase of a long-term housing development if a campaign group can raise the funds.
A High Court master has dismissed a claim against the London Borough of Lambeth for relief against forfeiture for non-payment of service charges reserved as rent. Oct 07, The Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government has published further resources for a toolkit that aims to help local authorities enforce against rogue landlords and letting agents. Oct 01, City of Lincoln Council has secured the imposition of its second largest fine on a rogue landlord, after a defendant was found guilty of letting out a dangerous and unlicensed House in Multiple Occupation HMO.
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Sep 30, Charles Streeten explains why. The Administrative Court has revisited the issue of the denial of social care support to persons subject to immigration control, and the line between local authority social care support under the Care Act , and accommodation and support provided by the Home Office. Jonathan Auburn analyses the ruling.
The Court of Appeal has provided clarification about the status of disability benefits in affordability cases, writes Matt Lewin. Retrofit social housing is crucial to meet zero net emission targets. Nathan Bradberry explains what this opportunity involves for local authorities and registered providers. Would it make sense for councils to manage registered providers' stock?
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Jonathan Jarvis looks at the opportunities presented by such arrangements, and explains how the hurdles can be overcome. Charlotte Rawson and Ian Larkins provide an update on the latest housing law judgments that cover issues including a council's failure properly to consider a homeless man's medical conditions, the time limits for appealing financial penalties imposed under the Housing Act , and whether an HMO licence can be transferred.
John Murray considers a recent case in which a court scrutinised an alleged breach of the Public Sector Equality Duty in the context of a claim for possession. The path has been set for a new implied term that electrical safety standards are met.
Elizabeth England sets out how the provisions will apply to private landlords and most private registered providers of accommodation. David Smith comments on a recent change made to the Government's guidance for local housing authorities on houses in multiple occupation HMOs , concerning the relationship between licensing and planning.
Gary Soloman sets out for local authorities and developers the key points from new planning policy guidance and court cases about the interpretation of five year housing land supply within the National Planning Policy Framework. Oliver Lawrence analyses a recent High Court judgment on adjacent developments and the need to provide an Environmental Statement.
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Andy Lane reviews what he considers to be the most interesting cases in housing law over each of the last 12 months. How can landlords deal with the inflexibilities of the flexible tenancy scheme? Expedited UK Delivery Available.
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