To raise the conditions of renters and provide a space in Parliament to have their voices heard; receive briefings from external organisations about the latest studies and research with concerns to the private rented sector; work co-operatively and in a cross-party way with the government on the introduction of the forthcoming Rental Reform Bill; arrange events in Parliament to allow for tenant organisations to meet with MPs to raise their concerns.
1. Renters and Rental Reform
21/04/2021 - APPGs
Found: To raise the conditions of renters and provide a space in Parliament to have their voices heard; receive
2. Request banks to grant 100% mortgages for renters in order to own a property.
12/09/2020 - Petitions
Found: mortgages to renters who have rented for longer than 4 years without faulting on rent payment, renters are stuck
3. Tech firms win prize to help UK's renters onto the housing ladder
15/08/2018 - HM Treasury
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Tech firms win prize to help UK's renters onto the housing ladder - GOV.UK
4. Greater protection for renters thanks to plans to tighten tenant safety
26/10/2018 - Department for Levelling Up, Housing & Communities
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Greater protection for renters thanks to plans to tighten tenant safety - GOV
5. Take into account the rental history of renters when applying for a mortgage
27/07/2020 - Petitions
Found: lenders to take into account the rental payment history of long term renters when applying for a mortgage
1. No-fault Evictions
27/01/2021 - Lords Chamber
1: coronavirus outbreak. We will bring forward a renters’ reform Bill once the urgencies of responding to the - Speech Link
2: of financial support that has been available to renters throughout the pandemic, through furlough and welfare - Speech Link
3: eviction ends on 21 February and does not extend to renters in more than six months of arrears. What plans - Speech Link
2. Private Rented Sector
17/03/2020 - Westminster Hall
1: I declare my interest as a landlady to private renters and I refer everyone here to my declaration in - Speech Link
2: reach for the hundreds of thousands of private renters who are living on the breadline and the 63% who - Speech Link
3. Rented Homes: End of Evictions Ban
22/07/2020 - Commons Chamber
1: have provided unprecedented financial support to renters through the job retention scheme, boosting the - Speech Link
2: affecting people struggling now. Nobody benefits from renters becoming homeless, nor mortgage payers struggling - Speech Link
3: question. As I said, we will bring forward the renters’ reform Act, which will abolish section 21 of the Housing - Speech Link
4. Covid-19: Poverty and Mass Evictions
22/04/2021 - Grand Committee
1: than £1,000. Most at risk are the 11% of private renters who are now unemployed. As we know, Covid has hit - Speech Link
2: Association and appropriate bodies representing renters and landlords. We received an estimate that this - Speech Link
3: generous support that the Government have extended to renters: the LHA increase, the UC uplift, the one-off payment - Speech Link
5. Public Health (Coronavirus) (Protection from Eviction) (England) (No. 2) (Amendment) Regulations 2021
21/04/2021 - General Committees
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