LawWorks is pleased to share the Homelessness and Housing Allocations Webinar, kindly hosted by LexisNexis.
View the Webinar
To view the webinar please visit the following link:
What does it cover?
Hosted by LawWorks CEO, Martin Barnes and delivered by Angus King, Solicitor at Lambeth Law Centre and Ian Peacock of Arden Chambers, the webinar covers the legal issues to address when a person applies to the local authority to be housed and the criteria set out in local allocations policies, including housing options and prevention of homelessness duties.
The webinar also looks at:
- how homelessness applications differ from housing applications;
- the criteria that needs to be satisfied before the local authority decides whether it has the duty to house the homeless person and their family and;
- review and appeal rights.
The content of this video is accurate as at July 14th 2017. The recording is around 1 hour.
The presentations for the webinar can be downloaded below.
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Special thanks to
Angus King, Solicitor at Lambeth Law Centre and Ian Peacock of Arden Chambers for taking part in the webinar.
Lexis Nexis for hosting and facilitating the webinar.
How did we do?
Did you find this resource useful? Are there other topics you would like to see covered in a webinar? Email Richard Pitkethly at [email protected]
'Thank you, an excellent presentation - webinars are really useful for those of us who are not able to attend in London.'