The Labour Party is currently consulting on its policy paper about the future of housing and the private rented sector, and the RLA is keen to hear what you think.
Labour’s six-page paper – ‘The Housing Crisis: House building and a private rented sector that works for Britain’s families’ – aims to mould party policy in the lead up to the next General Election, and the RLA is currently drafting its response.
The paper covers the two specific areas of house building and the private rented sector, and presents a number of options for policy development.
In order to present the best response possible, the RLA needs your views on Labour’s proposals. We would be very grateful if you could therefore do the following:
- Read the guide to the Labour Party’s proposals for the private rented sector (December 2012).
- Read Labour’s policy paper, ‘The Housing Crisis: House building and a private rented sector that works for Britain’s families’ (March 2013).
- Complete the RLA’s Labour Party private rented sector survey.
Please complete the RLA’s survey by the 20th May 2013.