• Work will commence in April 2024, with publication expected in July.
  • We will be accepting stakeholder contributions until 24 May 2024.
  • More information on how to contribute to POST research is available in our guidance for contributors.

The UK Government has acknowledged the potential impacts of insecure housing on tenants’ lives. The proposed Renters (Reform) Bill is currently going through Parliament, which aims to provide more security for tenants, through abolishing section 21 ‘no fault’ evictions and moving to simpler, periodic tenancy agreements.

This POSTnote will draw together research on the social impacts of insecure housing on tenants and their families. This could include impacts on health and wellbeing, relationships, finances, and employment and educational outcomes. It could also cover factors affecting communities, such as access to and demand for local services, housing and community participation.

Work will commence in April 2024, with publication expected in July. We will be accepting stakeholder contributions until 24 May 2024.


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