|Date:||Thursday 17 September 2009|
Recent developments in homelessness and allocation of social housing law
2009 has been a busy year for lawyers and advisers dealing with homelessness and allocation of social housing law.
This seminar will consider recent significant decisions in the area of homelessness law including:
- Holmes-Moorhouse v Richmond upon Thames LBC (dependent children and priority need),
- Ali v Birmingham City Council (homeless at home and reasonable to continue to occupy test),
- Moran v Manchester City Council (women's refuges), and
- Heald v Brent LBC (contracting out s.202 review decisions
together with the new Supplementary Code of Guidance on Intentional Homelessness (issued August 2009).
The House of Lords' decision in Ahmad v Newham LBC and the new draft guidance on social housing allocation will also be discussed. Consultation on the draft Code closes on 23 October 2009.
THIS EVENT IS NOW FULLY SUBSCRIBED
(COST: £20 + VAT per delegate (£23.00))