Leicester City Council Draft Tenancy Strategy and Draft Tenant Policy Consultation

Closed 1 Feb 2013

Opened 14 Dec 2012

Overview

This is a consultation On Leicester City Council's proposed Draft Tenancy Strategy and Draft Tenancy Policy

 

Why We Are Consulting

We are consulting because we are in the process of developing our Tenancy Strategy and Tenancy Policy (see the attached pdfs below).

 

The Tenancy Strategy identifies the Council’s objectives which registered providers operating within Leicester should have regard to when developing their tenancy policies.  This document also provides local guidance on the use of affordable rent tenancies. 

 

The Tenancy Policy sets out how the Council will manage tenancies, including how we will help tenants to maintain their tenancies, prevent evictions and tackle tenancy fraud.

 

We welcome the views and comments of Council tenants, tenant and resident groups, Housing Associations working within Leicester and other interested stakeholders on the Strategy.

One of the ways in which we are seeking people's views is through the on-line questionnaire below. The first section of this questionnaire will ask your views on the Draft Tenancy Strategy and the second part will ask for your views on the Draft Tenancy Policy.

Please contact us if you would like a hard copy of this questionnaire.

 

 

Areas

  • Abbey
  • Aylestone
  • Beaumont Leys
  • Belgrave
  • Braunstone Park & Rowley Fields
  • Castle
  • Evington
  • Eyres Monsell
  • Fosse
  • Humberstone & Hamilton
  • Knighton
  • Rushey Mead
  • Saffron
  • Spinney Hills
  • Stoneygate
  • Thurncourt
  • Westcotes

Audiences

  • Children and young people
  • Working-age people
  • Older people
  • Carers
  • Full-time and part-time workers
  • Disabled people
  • Older households (65+)
  • Single people
  • Families with children, including lone parents
  • Couples
  • All households
  • Faith groups
  • Sports clubs
  • Youth clubs
  • Carers' network
  • Trade unions
  • Voluntary organisations
  • Community organisations
  • Self-help groups
  • User groups
  • Third sector infrastructure groups
  • All Voluntary and Community Organisations
  • Advocacy organisation
  • Police
  • NHS
  • FE colleges
  • Universities
  • Schools
  • Businesses
  • All Public and Private Organisations
  • Directors
  • Heads of service
  • Managers, team leaders and supervisors
  • Professionals
  • Service users

Interests

  • Housing