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In the context of the wider housing crisis is it time to consider the role of private rental in our City?
From opaque property management to dangerously low building conditions, there’s public discontent with the sector and there’s a widespread feeling that the rent market isn’t working.
Alicia Kennedy, director of the rental campaign Generation Rent, has said that “damp and unsafe homes were making too many private renters ill, and that an expensive winter would put people at greater risk.”
So how can policy change to improve this?
Rachel Blake is Labour’s Prospective Parliamentary Candidate in Cities of London and Westminster. She is a councillor on Tower Hamlets Council and was formerly the borough’s Deputy Mayor for Housing.
Darling , Tom Campaign Manager, Renters Reform
Ivey, Prudence Editor, Homes & Property, Evening Standard
Spratt, Vicky Housing journalist (The Independent)
Nobler, Matt Cabinet Member, Private Rented Sector WCC
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