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Is the Housing and Planning Act 2016 the start of the end for social housing?

Is the Housing and Planning Act 2016 the start of the end for social housing?
Published on: 03 June 2016
Published by: LexisPSL
  • Is the Housing and Planning Act 2016 the start of the end for social housing?
  • What are the major changes brought in by HPA 2016 and who do they affect?
  • What are the possible future challenges that could be faced by social landlords as a result of these changes, and who will they affect most?
  • What are the major changes brought in by HPA 2016 and who do they affect?
  • What are the possible future challenges that could be faced by the private sector as a result of these changes, and who will they affect most?
  • What are your thoughts on the changes overall—are they generally positive?

Article summary

Property analysis: In light of the publication of the controversial, and much awaited, Housing and Planning Act 2016 (HPA 2016), Giles Peaker, partner in the housing and public law team at Anthony Gold Solicitors, gives a detailed breakdown of some of the key provisions, and how this will affect social landlords, social tenants, and private sector housing down the line. or take a trial to read the full analysis.

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