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Older Private Renters in London - Challenges and Solutions
Wed 28 September 2016, 10:15 – 13:00 BST
The workshop will be discussing issues in relation to the needs of older private tenants in London and we would like to hear your views on some of the challenges faced and potential solutions - including changes to housing policy in London. We will be looking at some of the broader issues - e.g physical conditions of accommodation, access issues, access to social housing as people age, and the overall scale of problems and would very much like you to come along.
This workshop will be bringing together members of small groups and organisations as well as individuals who may or may not be private renters themselves.
Older Private Renters in London – Challenges and Solutions
DATE : WEDNESDAY 28th September 2016 from 10:15am for 10.30am start and finishing at 1pm
VENUE: Age UK London, Tavis House, 1 - 6 Tavistock Square, London WC1H 9NA
10:15-10:30 Tea, Coffee & Registration
10:30-10:40 ntroduction & Welcome, Aims and Objectives
10:40-10:50 Nationwide Foundation - Older Renters Project
10:50-11:10 Betsy Dillner – Generation Rent Key issues for older private renters in London
11:1—11:30 Robert Tayor - Camden Federation Private Tenants Local responses
11:30-11:45 Questions and Answers
12:00-12:30 Small Groups Discussion
- How could your members be supported to understand key challenges and solutions in relation to older private renters?
- How can older private renters in your group be encouraged to take support on offer?
- What can we do together to improve the situation for older private renters in London
12:30-12:50 Feedback from Groups & Group Discussion
12:50-1:00 Summary and close