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Occupancy, Tenure and Lettings
This assignment is a case study which involves you preparing case notes in order to advise different clients who wish to apply for housing in the social rented sector. In order to assist your clients you will need to consider the different types of allocation systems that organisations may have, different tenancy types and the rights and responsibilities of both landlord and tenant. You will need to research the policy and procedures for housing organisations.
Learners will demonstrate the achievement of the following learning outcomes when completing the assessment task:
You are a housing options advice worker for a housing association. You have been asked to provide advice to the clients discussed below about the different courses of action that they can take to be rehoused. You are required to draw up case notes in preparation for each of these appointments.
To enable you to help your clients in general, draw up a table which identifies and provides a legal definition of the different ways an individual/family can occupy a dwelling, including the range of tenures, this should also include key features of each (1.1, 1.2)
Task 2 - Case Studies
Mrs Fiona Fitzpatrick has recently gone through a divorce, she has two children under the age of
twelve. She is still residing in her marital home but needs to sell this as she cannot afford the
mortgage repayments on her own.
She would like to consider social rented accommodation as she feels this would be more
affordable, but needs answers regarding the following:
Miss Stephanie Evans is a current tenant of your organisation and has been with you for ten years. She lives in a 1 bedroom downstairs flat in a popular area, she is fifty years old and has recently been burgled. She is feeling particularly vulnerable in her current accommodation and would like to move into accommodation which is not on the ground floor, has perhaps a secure door entry system and even better if there is anything specifically for woman or more mature people. She has the following queries:
Mr Nigel Kennedy is twenty five years old, finished university two years ago and has embarked on a career as a trainee solicitor. He would like to buy his own home but cannot raise a mortgage. He no longer wishes to remain with his family, with whom he resides and would like to be more independent. He has the following queries:
Mr Al Waysindet is looking for housing options. He has been evicted from a Housing Association with whom he was a tenant for five years. He now cannot get on their housing register until he has paid his debt off. He has been advised that privately renting is an alternative option. He needs to know:
For each appointment, prepare notes in response to each of the issues identified. You should clearly identify which case study the notes relates to, and incorporate relevant policy and legislation where relevant.
Points to note