|Contributions||Hunter, Caroline., Legal Action Group.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||l, 604p. ;|
|Number of Pages||604|
Consequently I'm more likely to reach for the other book on allocations and homelessness when I'm at my pc or laptop (of which a new edition is published next month). This is a real shame because Arden, like the other LAG housing texts, remains an essential purchase. Homelessness and Allocations is an essential resource for all housing practitioners, advisers, local authorities and housing officers. Includes free CD-Rom with complete contents of the book plus additional extracts from legislation and guidance. Special offers and product promotions /5(3). The principal difference between this book and its main competitor (Arden et al's 'Homelessness and Allocations', reviewed here) is that many of the issues receive a fuller explanation. This is reflected by the cost (£) for its pages (excluding appendices). Homelessness and Allocations on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Homelessness and Allocations/5(5).
Homelessness and Allocations has been updated to include:the new DCLG Homelessness Code of Guidance a new set of preliminary precedents in the enforcement chapter: sample documentation for issuing a homelessness appeal in the county court and the materials necessary to issue a judicial review in the Administrative Courtthe latest. Why should you buy Housing Allocation and Homelessness Law & Practice Fifth edition (with CD-ROM) Written by leading specialists in the field, this book is a comprehensive and authoritative guide to the legal obligations of local housing authorities and social housing providers in relation to the provision of permanent and temporary housing accommodation, and the rights of those seeking such. What Homelessness and Allocations has chosen to do is to spread the new bits throughout the book where they relate to a change of use, as opposed to having a separate chapter on the HRA. This is a good choice because the HRA adds to and amends existing legislation in the main as opposed to being a standalone legislation as such. Housing Allocation and Homelessness: Law and Practice provides a uniquely balanced coverage of both the allocation of social housing and homelessness, providing practical guidance on the statutory framework and how the legislation works. This is a comprehensive resource for all housing options advisers, homelessness officers, housing staff Author: His Honour Jan Luba.
So, Messrs Arden, Bates and Vanhegan must be congratulated on the 11th Edition of Homelessness and Allocations, for shortening the book by 20 pages on its predecessor, despite a massive new bit of homelessness law barging through the door in April , which increases both duties and procedures incumbent on homelessness units in England. The Housing Act completely revised the law on homelessness and linked it much more closely to that on allocations of housing stock through waiting lists. This edition was rewritten in the light of these changes and expanded to cover the revised law on allocations. Book on to our course and not only will you get first class training on all aspects of homelessness law from the Arden Chambers team you get a free* copy of the 11th edition of the leading text in this area of law - Homelessness and Allocations by . HOMELESSNESS AND ALLOCATIONS 11th edition Author: Andrew Arden QC, Justin Bates and Toby Vanhegan Housing practitioners and advisers seeking authoritative, accurate and accessible guidance on local authority duties need look no further than Homelessness and Allocations. Full Price: £70 Publication: July Since publication of the first edition 36 years ago, Homelessness and .