UC Changes Please Landlords

Tuesday 09 January, 2018 Written by 
UC Changes Please Landlords

Government changes to Universal Credit which will make it easier for direct payments to be made to landlords have been welcomed by the Residential Landlords Association (RLA).

The Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) has confirmed to the trade body that landlords will no longer need tenants’ consent when applying for Alternative Payment Arrangements, or APAs.

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  • Comment Link Simon Collyer Tuesday 09 January, 2018 posted by Simon Collyer

    Landlords will be pleased with this change. They are being listened to more than the organisations arguing for claimants.

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