Social Lettings Agency guide
Social lettings agencies are a form of Private Renting Access scheme (PRS) run on a commercial basis. They help homeless and vulnerable people to access and sustain PRS tenancies, but also generate income to cover operational costs.
Produced in 2015, this is a practical guide to planning, developing, launching and operating a Social Letting Agency (SLA). The previous guide on this subject (Local Lettings Agencies: A good practice guide) focussed more on the concept and rationale. Therefore the previous guide is still hugely relevant to any organisation considering a SLA.
This guide is for service providers and those involved in commissioning, designing, developing or operating services for vulnerable people and people on low incomes who are considering developing a Social Lettings Agency.
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How to plan, develop, launch and sustain an income generating Social Lettings Agency. Crisis 2015
How to plan, develop, launch and sustain an income generating Social Lettings Agency. Scotland edition. Crisis 2015