The NLA and the ‘Improving Evictions’ working group

Whilst ending a tenancy is always a last resort, there are occasions when a landlord will need to regain possession of their property, perhaps due to long term rent arrears or anti-social behaviour.
Ending a tenancy should always be a landlord’s last resort.

Whilst ending a tenancy is always a last resort, there are occasions when a landlord will need to regain possession of their property, perhaps due to long term rent arrears or anti-social behaviour.

The NLA is currently working with the Department for Communities and Local Government (DCLG) to help improve the process for ending tenancies smoothly and effectively, with the least possible disruption to both landlord and tenant.

As part of our work with DCLG’s ‘Improving Evictions’ working group, we want to make sure government has a real idea of landlords’ experience of the possession process. This will allow us to identify potential problems and in turn, give DCLG ammunition to encourage the Ministry of Justice to address the pitfalls and failings with the system.

To help us get a better idea of your interaction with the eviction process, please take 5 minutes to complete this short survey. Your experience and opinion will be fed directly to those responsible for government policy and will help us to lobby for an improved process.

Thank you in advance for your time completing the survey.

 

 

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