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Analysing the Charter for Social Housing Residents white paper

Published on: 26 November 2020
Published by: LexisPSL
  • Analysing the Charter for Social Housing Residents white paper
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  • How does the white paper build on consultation responses on achieving safer homes?
  • Are the measures on empowering tenants likely to be effective in improving people’s concerns about their homes and translating into safer homes?
  • Is the reform of the Housing Regulator’s remit to be welcomed?
  • What do you think of the proposals to mandate collaboration between the various regulatory bodies on building safety?
  • How has the proposal in the green paper to reduce stigma in social housing been dealt with in the white paper?
  • What are your overall views of the proposals?

Article summary

Local Government analysis: Dr Mark Jordan, lecturer in Law at the University of Southampton, considers the Charter for Social Housing Residents white paper, how effective the measures are likely to be, and how it has dealt with the proposal in the green paper to reduce stigma in social housing. Jordan also discusses the reforms to the Housing Regulator’s remit and the proposals to mandate collaboration between various regulatory bodies on building safety. or take a trial to read the full analysis.

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