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Housing Management

We act for Landlords, public and private, large and small.

These include:

  • registered providers of social housing
  • charities
  • housing co-operatives
  • private rented sector landlords and
  • individual landlords and their agents

 

We deal with all housing management issues:

  • non-contentious advice and drafting of policies, procedures, tenancy agreements and suits of standard documentation for the good management of housing stock
  • contentious matters, enforcing terms and conditions of tenancy agreements, seeking and obtaining possession and injunctions
  • money claims, enforcement, declaratory relief, emergency applications, and bespoke claims under statute

We have particular expertise and experience in:

  • assured shorthold tenancies; section 21 notices, HMOs, licensing schemes and Right to Rent
  • ASB and all remedies available including possession and injunctions pursuant to the Anti-social Behaviour Crime and Policing Act 2014
  • deposits, protection and claims under the Housing Act 2004
  • disrepair and statutory nuisance
  • enfranchisement
  • fraud – Prevention of Social Housing Fraud, non-occupation, sub-let, disputed successions and assignments
  • gas and electricity servicing and injunctions for access
  • leasehold and shared ownership disputes, service charge recovery and forfeiture
  • money and rent arrears claims
  • possession action for breach of tenancy across England and Wales
  • squatters/trespass, travelers and large scale protester action
  • tenancy agreements, drafting and advising on terms and conditions and enforcing the same

We also advise clients on how to avoid disputes and minimise property-related risk. Our advice is straight forward and plain English and ensures our landlord clients succeed in their objectives.

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Leo Steven's recent article in Inside Housing discusses the segregation between affordable housing and homes to be sold or rented at market rates.

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