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girish mehta
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Charities and government need to consider a Balanced approach. If they bring new laws and penalise landlords. Their will make their business not viable, governments councils are treating landlords as cash cows. They will stop investing rents will go up and more tenants will be homeless. Scraping section 21 and call it by any other name will not solve the problem with poor housing the council’s have enough legislation to enforce improvements. The need better enforcement. Most of the landlords provide decent service you cannot destroy whole housing sector by bringing ill thought policies and to get votes. Big business will invest and then charge higher rents to get their returns. This will put up rents higher . I takes I person earning in London to live in these places. These charities will make these tenants pay higher rents in long run All the scaremongering and government bringing ill thought policies to get voted has already pushed up rents, 95% mortguage are another example of ill thought policy good for the government and ministers chasing good sound bites It is shame that this country is one of the richest on this planet but people are forced to live in poor housing . The government have failed to address real issues for last few decades and creating divisions for their own short gain and votes. Council, government, tenants And landlords need to work to get her to build effective long term plans Tenets have the choice if they don’t like where they live they can move and pay for the privilege in found so. If the want to live in palaces then they have to pay for it. Don’t expect landlords to subsidise their lifestyle. The charities need to challenge housing rent allowance levels set by government and B make to reflect the true cost Don’t expect landlords to house these tenants subsidise their rents, pay higher property taxes and pay for upgrades and refurbishment and make a loss. Tenants and charities need to reset and educate tenant. And reset their expectation as the government have failed to take an objective policies and only interested in vote grabbing and good sound bites and promote their vested intrest

From: girish mehta 21 April 2021 11:17 AM

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Councils have enough powers.before article 4 came into effect.They are trying to do the job on cheap. Government and councils do not want to spend money and invest in this sector. It is easy for the To project landlords as money grabbing rouges. Then bring laws and penalties to follow gaps in their finances. They need to move away from set up. The simple way forward would be for landlords to sign a declaration of minimum standards or for landlords to have a licence every 3 years. This can be carried by council trained inspectors or body. Like gas or electrical tes Any issues then can me ministered by the councils and work with the landlords to improve the housing stock. Most landlords are law abiding and run as a business. And willing to invest. They are not going to invest if on the other hand tenant come and destroy the property. Or do not pay rent. you need to have fair and balanced laws . Fining landlords and encouraging tenants no to keep. Their side of agreement is a recipie for disaster. And most of the money for fines takes money out of improving properties to enforcement with no real benefit to sector . It only address the short term issues and seen to be money making exercise and creates a mistrust and division for all. It may suit short term policies to raise revenues and primary design for central government to invest or cut cost but looks good for political their vote. They project a climate where the are seen to be addressing the issues with out having any real difference on the ground. Councils need to work with landlords and government needs to proper funds and councils to invest in their teams to do a decent job using existing powers and scrap or review recent licensing laws. Councils have enough powers via HHRS. LACORS And other legislation to prosecute rough land loaded and new legislation noir to be brought in for tenants. If the proper checks are carried before the tenancy and tenants damages or misuse the property then they should be made accountable for it and make a criminal offence for serious issues . Those who receive housing benefit should have sanctions if they misuse benefits should be made accountable. It takes lot of time and energy to do the job and will to do a proper job Easiest option is to divide society and misinform for their political ontrest

From: girish mehta 16 December 2020 12:19 PM

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