Vacancy for new Housing Ombudsman

Are you interested in becoming the next Housing Ombudsman? Do you know someone who would be suitable for this role? The Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government is currently recruiting for the next Housing Ombudsman. Details of the position and how to apply are located on the Centre for …

All change in housing regulation

TAROE Trust would like to highlight that there have been some recent changes to regulation arrangements in England. From 11th January 2018, steps towards the separation of the funding and regulation functions have taken place. The Homes and Communities Agency has now been re-branded the investment arm of the agency …

Tenants given opportunity to give their views to Housing and Planning Minister, Alok Sharma MP

In addition to a series of events and workshops being held across England, the Housing and Planning Minister Alok Sharma MP has launched a questionnaire that extends the opportunity for tenants to let their views be known on the following issues: •        managing complaints and redress routes •        social tenants’ voices being …

Housing Ombudsman launches consultation on plans for 2018-19

As mentioned in the first edition of Housing Matters, the new e-newsletter from the Housing Ombudsman Service, the Housing Ombudsman has published a consultation paper, seeking the views of tenants and landlords to help inform its future plans for 2018-19. TAROE Trust would like to encourage both individual tenants and …

TAROE Trust makes third and fourth contributions to Grenfell Inquiry Terms of Reference consultation

TAROE Trust has today made two further contributions to the consultation on the Grenfell Inquiry Terms of Reference. The contributions relate to: Seeking clarification on the ‘Staying Put’ guidance Review of the agency and management responses Full details of the submissions are reproduced below here:   CLARIFICATION ON ‘STAYING PUT’ POLICY …