The private rented sector - A home for all?
The private rented sector – A home for all?
Renting from a private landlord has long been the main housing option for single homeless people. Yet with more people finding home ownership unaffordable and social housing unavailable, the private rented sector is increasingly seen as a long-term solution to broader housing needs.
The sector, however, presents real challenges for people regarding access, affordability, standards and security.
This conference is funded by the Oak Foundation. It will showcase best practice from across the UK, but will also identify its limits informing where national and local policy needs to change.
Sign up to the conference
- When? Wednesday, 2 November 2016
- Time? 10.30am - 4:30pm
- Where? Barbican Centre, Silk St, London EC2Y 8DS
- Agenda: The private rented sector - A home for all?
- Book your free place
Please see Crisis Help-To-Rent-Forum for more details and for your chance to read about best practice, ask questions of other experts, and promote your own good work.
If you need to cancel your booking please do so within at least 24 hours of the event. Failure to so will incur a £50 charge.
Travel bursaries are available for attendees - for more information please get in touch with us at firstname.lastname@example.org