Review of the Secure Tenancy Agreement
The report details the proposed revisions to the terms and conditions of the Council’s secure tenancy agreement in response to significant changes to national policy including the Housing and Regeneration Act 2011, the Localism Act 2011, Social Housing Fraud Act 2013, welfare reform and revised Right to Buy. In addition the housing landlord service has undergone a fundamental restructure, moving away from generic housing management roles to specialist teams across the Council. This means that there have been significant changes to procedures, including tenancy management, tenancy sustainment, antisocial behaviour and tenant involvement.
Decision type: Key
Reason Key: Not Key;
Decision status: Recommendations Approved
Wards affected: (All Wards);
Notice of proposed decision first published: 02/06/2014
Decision due: 3 Jul 2014 by City Executive Board (became Cabinet on 13 May 2019)
Reason: meeting dates of CEB
Lead member: Housing and Estate Regeneration
Lead director: Head of Housing Services
Department: Housing Services
Contact: Allison Dalton, Project Coordinator Email: email@example.com.
Yes. The consultation is a legal requirement when proposing changes to a secure tenancy. In addition key officers and tenant representatives have been consulted through working groups.
- 03/07/2014 - City Executive Board (became Cabinet on 13 May 2019) Revised Tenancy Agreement for Council Tenants 03/07/2014
- Tenancy Agreement Review