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‘Pay to stay’ for social housing watered down by UK ministers

‘Pay to stay’ for social housing watered down by UK ministers

By offering to make ‘pay-to-stay’ voluntary for housing associations, Brandon Lewis is effectively discriminating against council tenants, suggests a lukewarm response from the Chartered Institute of Housing.

Ian Davis comments in the Financial Times and HousingExcellence.co.uk, regarding the 'Pay to Stay' issue.

To read his comments in the Financial times, click here (pay wall), and to read his comments in HousingExcellence.co.uk click here.