Private Rented Sector ‘Policy Review’ document launched by Labour
December 10, 2012
A new document from the Labour party sets out new thinking from Labour’s Policy Review on giving stability and financial certainty to those living within the Private Rented Sector. These proposals would give renters the opportunity to access longer term tenancies linked to predictable rents.
Labour’s Policy Review is meant to develop “new thinking to create a housing market that
works for all.” They have attempted to consider the role of the Private Rented Sector (PRS)
and how we support the growing numbers of renters and families living in privatelyrented accommodation.
“Labour is committed to reforming the private rented sector so it works for Britain’s families. With longer term tenancies and predictable rents, the private rented sector will offer the affordable and stable homes that renters need.”
Jack Dromey MP, Labour’s Shadow Housing Minister, lays out Labours proposals for the PRS and Labour’s One Nation housing policy.
The press release & document can be found here.