Commons Levelling Up Committee; call for evidence on the home buying and selling process

The Commons Levelling Up, Housing and Communities Committee is calling for evidence on improving the home buying and selling process in England. They welcome written submissions on various aspects related to this topic, with the deadline for submissions set for April 18, 2024. The inquiry aims to address issues and potential improvements in the home buying and selling process. For more details on the terms of reference and how to submit evidence, click here.

Additionally, the Housing Ombudsman has launched a consultation for social housing landlords on its proposed approach to issuing Good Practice and potential topics. The consultation seeks feedback on principles of good practice, proposed approaches to delivering good practice, and potential topics for the first Good Practice. Topics include making effective apologies, deciding on appropriate levels of compensation, and effective complaint handling during mergers or stock transfers. The consultation period will run until May 21, 2024. To participate and provide feedback, click here.



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