The Landlord Information Network is a unique and exciting best practice network that aims to work with both social and private rented sector landlords and managing/letting agents in order to improve their knowledge, skills and expertise in the areas of Housing and Welfare Benefits
The services offered by the Landlord Information Network are based on a unique perspective gained from working in the area of Housing Benefit policy
This course provides delegates with a good foundation of knowledge, skills and awareness to start appreciating the impact of equal opportunities and the value of diversity within the changing operating environment.
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41 Ironside Road, Gleadless, Sheffield
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14 East Croft Glen, Westfield, Sheffield
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Should social sector landlords be as highly regulated as private sector landlords?
Should the Government introduce rent controls?
39.8% Votes - Yes
36.3% Votes - No
24.0% Votes - Don't know