The Landlord Information Network is a unique and exciting best practice network that aims to work with both social and private rented sector landlords and managing/letting agents in order to improve their knowledge, skills and expertise in the areas of Housing and Welfare Benefits
The services offered by the Landlord Information Network are based on a unique perspective gained from working in the area of Housing Benefit policy
Our 1/2 day in-house practical workshop will develop your understanding of the type of information you will need about your tenants in order for you to plan how to minimise the impact of the Welfare Reforms and the introduction of Universal Credit.
The new regulatory framework for social landlords ushers a new era of economic regulation with increased emphasis on value for money. This doesn't mean that consumer standards are no longer important.
41 Ironside Road, Gleadless, Sheffield
This is an unfurnished 3 bedroom town house in a highly convenient location. The property ....
14 East Croft Glen, Westfield, Sheffield
We have a three bedroom, unfurnished, mid-terraced house, on a quiet cul-de-sac in Westfield - ....
Do you think a pre-tenancy service is the most important thing to consider when creating a sustainable tenancy?
Should disabled people whose home has been adapted and those who are unable to share a room as a result of their disability be exempt from the bedroom tax?
90.0% Votes - Yes
0.0% Votes - No
10.0% Votes - Unsure