Government extend eviction 'ban' and introduce 6-month notices

By Katie Todd

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Eviction ‘Ban’ Extended to September 2020

August 21, 2020 Katie Todd 1 Comment

The government have made a last-minute decision to extend the eviction ‘ban’ for another four weeks and introduce six-month notice periods until 31st March 2021.

Housing Secretary Robert Jenrick has stated:

“I know this year has been challenging and all of us are still living with the effects of COVID-19. That is why today I am announcing a further 4-week ban on evictions, meaning no renters will have been evicted for six months.”

“I am also increasing protections for renters – six month notice periods must be given to tenants, supporting renters over winter.

“However, it is right that the most egregious cases, for example those involving anti-social behaviour or domestic abuse perpetrators, begin to be heard in court again; and so when courts reopen, landlords will once again be able to progress these priority cases.”

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Katie is's Digital Content Editor. Joining the company in September 2019, Katie edits and manages the Landlord Blog, oversees our social media channels and works with the team on in-house projects and marketing strategies. To put it plainly, if we need help with words - Katie's our go-to.

One Comment

    August 21, 2020 REPLY

    house owners evicted Repossesed over few pounds
    its sounds more like the Middle ages , we r meant to be living in 2020 s .

    I m reading latest Art in June Repos up by 660 houses .BTL

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