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A Bhalla
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🤔Do you mean European big tech companies, with branch offices/legal entities in Slovakia, Romania, Germany, France, Poland, Italy, Switzerland, Morocco, Iran, Qatar, Pakistan etc earning income from U.K. operations? Majority of Projects, and IT contractors who transferred the original data were more than likely EU citizens, got the project completion signed off by the councils, and went back to their homes for the local homeowners to pay the bills for aftermath-standard tactics by EU workers. I know many who used to fly over on Monday morning, back on Friday to their home nation. Thanks to their shoddy work, I operate as an Change Transformation Risk & Compliance director, correcting these type of data errors affecting locals, and protecting consumers rights. American tech co’s have been compliant with DPA from way before GDPR arrived here in 2018, after having faced multi bn$ global law suits from individual as well as corporate customers, speaking from experience as an ex VP of American companies, and consultant of EU organisations who set up outsourced tech co’s. Even India based branches of British, American tech companies now enforce GDPR religiously, & have to take a mandatory multi billion $ insurance for GDPR breaches. Either way - bottom line accountability lies with the incompetent leadership of Oxford council. No surprises that this has happened in Oxford, they probably hire some not so smart ‘leaders’ from Oxford Uni who want to delete the past- British history 🤦‍♀️, destroy Great Britain whilst getting more funding from taxpayers money 💰.

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From: A Bhalla 18 May 2021 13:07 PM

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I agree with Robert Brown. There is no need to build more house-plenty of houses are on sale. Just searching by properties for sale in London on zoopla comes up with over 10,000+ results reflecting that there are plenty of available homes. 3,000+ in Manchester. Building more houses, and certainly ‘free’ social council houses is NOT the solution. Banning BTL, and foreign companies buying homes, as well as adjusting income:borrowing banking ratios to make it affordable for locals is a better approach. People need to learn to stop asking for ‘free’ housing except for certain categories eg veterans, disabled, and seniors. Other able bodied need to learn to work and save like the home owners (single parents, married couples et all) did in the past, and present times. In any country-there has to be enough land to build houses, and green spaces for natural environmental balance to avoid flooding by land absorption of water, earthquakes, and subsidence of structures. Ultimately U.K. (including Jersey) is a small island 🏝 with limited land mass and can not cope with unlimited homes without damaging the eco balance & risking it’s existence as a nation. Concrete jungles with more buildings will result in more rivers flooding, sea side buildings erosion, earthquakes related destruction until scientists find a way of better methods of protecting land from surrounding seas, retaining green belts and safety of all human beings in an island environment. Sam Mezec’s comments are spot on-but whether the rich 🤑 investors, and politicians will support it-remains to be seen. Best wishes.

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From: A Bhalla 21 April 2021 12:59 PM

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S.8 gives more protection to tenants. A well known tactic used & recommended by councils as well as solicitors is (as experienced when evicting our unscrupulous tenants) - Tenant pays part of outstanding rent a few minutes (days/or hours) before the court hearing, and the judge can not issue the eviction order as the tenant has technically ‘paid’, therefore the claimant is technically lying in court. By that time, LL has become liable to pay solicitors and legal costs, alongside facing the stress of lost rent, potential further damage to property by a bad tenant. Fortunately our solicitor had issued s.8, & S.21 notices at the same time, so although the tenant paid 90% of outstanding rent the day before the hearing, court was able to consider S.21 factors abd issue an eviction order, which then had to follow with a bailiff order since the council wanted it to house this tenant-but the LL had to pay for it. Therefore S.21 is required to help evict unscrupulous tenants, who are damaging reputation of good tenants by living off good caring landlords. The total timeline with both S.8 & S.21 was 17 months pre Covid-19 time, it’s even worse now. There has to be an easier online solution to enable eviction of non paying, unscrupulous tenants, and a no fault eviction if the LL’s circumstances change and they need to use their home themselves after giving a notice of 30-60 days. Laws must be fair to all parties but it is clear that the laws are unfair towards Private Landlords, which must be changed. Justice delayed is justice denied to landlords. As many LL’s have commented-nobody evicts a good tenant. Remember which political party not to vote for during the next local, and general elections. Best wishes to all good LL’s and good tenants.

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From: A Bhalla 30 March 2021 11:41 AM

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👍🏼Seems like a fair and potentially the best Win Win solution for Tenants, LL & Govt (regardless of political party). And due to this fairly balanced approach based process we might - just might - also manage Senior social care in a more empathetic manner to create a better future society for community & elderly generations who mostly like to be looked after by the family/adult children/relatives at home instead of being left on the shelf facing loneliness or an incompetent social care, or sent in care homes to be looked after by strangers. This solution may become a catalyst to change society for the better by resetting traditional close family values, which have almost disappeared in our society. As observed at one of my social tenancy clients (40 & 38) who have been struggling in a 3 bed home with 4 teenagers/adult children but keep refusing to bid to rent a bigger space or let the grandma over 90+ go into a care home for the last 10 years stating that it’s against their family & cultural value to leave elders care to others & social care. It’s the family’s responsibility. Their next generations have learnt the same values-of self reliance & care for family elders being a priority over fighting for a ‘private’ space by conning a Landlord - social or private. All family adults work & pay towards the elderly person’s support at home, alongside sharing the rent and family expenses-& kids are growing up watching a caring family unit creating a society based on self reliance- a win win for all.

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