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London Borough of Newham was the first local authority to introduce a borough wide licensing scheme in 2013 with the aims of:

  • improving conditions for tenants;
  • ensuring landlords and managing agents are operating at the same minimum professional standard;
  • helping to tackle anti-social behaviour.

Newham Council commissioned CCHPR to assess the impact of the Licencing Scheme on a range of spheres of tenants’ welfare, local environments and property management, addressing any bias as much as possible and allowing consideration of the sustainability of any impacts over a longer term. The study also utilises administrative data held by the council covering information pertaining to housing and PRS licensing, as well as relating to ASB and enforcement.

CCHPR Contact

Funder

Newham Council

Project Start Date

June 2016