The House of Commons has published an excellent resume of the Section 21, including various proposals for its future.
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It can be seen here, and covers:
1.1 What does section 21 do?
1.2 The alternative: establishing a Ground for eviction
1.3 Statistics on possession claims
2 The impact of section 21
2.1 Growth of the private rented sector (PRS)
2.2 A cause of homelessness?
2.3 Impact on households
3 The Government response
3.1 Threatened with homelessness from an AST
3.2 Encouraging longer tenancies: a model agreement for an AST
3.3 Overcoming barriers to longer tenancies (July 2018)
3.4 A call for evidence on a specialist Housing Court (November 2018)
3.5 An intention to abolish section 21 evictions (April 2019)
3.6 Consultation on a new deal for renting (July 2019)
3.7 A Renters’ Reform Bill (Queen’s Speech 2019)
3.8 A White Paper on tenancy reform 2022
4 Reactions to the proposed abolition of section 21
4.1 Support for abolition
4.2 Opposition to abolition
4.3 Social landlords
5 The devolved administrations