Thursday, November 3, 2011
TAROE has responded to the TSA and has confirmed its stance against the proposed changes to Secure and Assured tenancies.
TAROE welcomes and supports the standard that requires landlords to publish clear and accessible policies to tenancy management, including interventions to sustain tenancies and prevent unnecessary evictions, tackling tenancy fraud and the granting of discretionary succession rights.
TAROE believes that landlords should consult and convince existing tenants of the use of ‘affordable rents’.
TAROE welcomes and supports the new Direction on tenant involvement and empowerment and warmly congratulates the Government on this major step change in the empowerment of tenants in the pursuit of localism.
TAROE has made its view known on 80% ‘Affordable Rent’ and our view remains that those dwellings let by landlords will be let to higher income groups, a system that existed in the 1960’s and 1970’s.
TAROE supports the continued commitment to ensure tenants have decent homes.
TAROE would welcome a more explicit commitment from Government on energy efficiency.
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