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English Housing Survey, Headline Report, 2020-21, published by the Department for Levelling Up, Housing and Communities in 2021, suggests that private renters: ‘…covers all other tenants (ie not social renters or owner occupiers) including all whose accommodation is tied to their job. It also includes people living rent-free (for example, people living in a flat belonging to a relative).’
- Affordable housing.
- Housing associations.
- Housing costs.
- Housing shortage.
- Housing standards review.
- Housing white paper 2017.
- Local housing need.
- Minimum space standards.
- Owner occupiers.
- Private rented sector.
- Private rented sector regulations and traditional buildings.
- Social renters.
- Social housing rents.
- Social rented housing.
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