Legal Education Course on Housing Rights for People with Complex Needs
This course aims at building basic legal knowledge, skills and confidence to deal with private landlords and local councils on issues of housing and homelessness.
The course is for community groups and frontline workers who deal with or support people in precarious housing situations. It focuses particularly on the challenges faced by people with complex needs in securing and maintaining tenancies.* The course is basic and doesn’t require any prior legal knowledge or technical training.
Friday 22nd Nov 10am—3.30pm: Introduction and basics of tenancies
Monday 25th Nov 1pm—5pm: Paying rent on benefits
Thursday 28th Nov 1pm—5pm: Dealing with disrepairs
Friday 6th Dec 10am—3.30pm: Dealing with Section 21 evictions
Friday 13th Dec 10am—4pm: Dealing with local authorities in the context of homelessness
Friday 20th Dec 10am—4pm: Living in temporary accommodation
Attendance is free of charge but we require attendance to all or most sessions. Location: Wheatsheaf Hall, Wheatsheaf lane, Vauxhall, Lambeth, SW8 2UP. Limited spaces available, Priority will be given to community groups. registration by 30th October.
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For info and to register: firstname.lastname@example.org
*our 2020 courses will focus on housing rights for women and for migrants. Contact us for info.
Kindly funded by Trust for London
Published: 3 October 2019