This raises the importance of understanding how we can improve security of tenure within PRS. This report looks into current practices drawing upon recent research by a range of organisations to highlight current issues within security of tenure and offering solutions that will help prevent homelessness and improve security within PRS.
Our Head of Data and Evidence, Guillermo Rodriguez-Guzman, explains this project in a nutshell in the video below.
There will continue to be a need for further reforms in the PRS and beyond to make private renting a safe, fair, secure, and affordable experience for the low-income households who continue to rely on it.
Stephen Green, Centre for Regional Economic Social Research at Sheffield Hallam University
Ed Ferrari, Centre for Regional Economic Social Research at Sheffield Hallam University
Guillermo Rodriguez-Guzman, Centre for Homelessness Impact
This project explores and highlights the most impactful ways to encourage landlords to let to people receiving benefits.
This project assesses whether better value for money can be achieved by redirecting money which is currently spent on housing benefit and universal credit.