Safer Renting research brief: Exploring the contribution that Lettings Agents play in the London ‘shadow private rented sector’

by | May 24, 2024 | Recruitment

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Cambridge House is an innovative London-based charity has been tackling poverty, social inequity, and social injustice since 1889. We provide a range of services that are designed to improve peoples lives as well as transform society through research and social action.

The Safer Renting is currently seeking suitably experienced consultants or organisations to work closely with the team to deliver a research project:

  • Exploring the contribution that Lettings Agents play in the London ‘shadow private rented sector’; how the regulatory framework and enforcement activity of Property Agents impact private renters’ exposure to abuse of their tenancy rights; and what changes are needed in public policy, practice and resourcing

To find out more and to download the full brief and proposal guidelines please visit our Jobs page. The deadline for applications has been extended to Monday 10 June 2024.

We value diversity and warmly welcome applications from disabled people, the LGBTQ+ communities, people from Black, Asian, and ethnic minority backgrounds and candidates who shared lived experience with our service users.

About Cambridge House

At Cambridge House, we work to tackle the impacts and root causes of poverty, social inequity and injustice experienced by those in our communities, providing people with the support, advice and opportunities they need to improve their lives.

Find out more about what we do here.


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