Hosted by Liverpool City Council Private Sector Housing Department | Wednesday 13 March 2024 from 10:30 – 11:30 AM | Online via Microsoft Teams
As a brief introduction, Liverpool City Council’s Private Sector Housing Department recently secured external funding from the Department for Levelling Up, Housing and Communities (DLUHC) to deliver a two-year Pathfinder project that will see an intelligence-led approach to housing enforcement using a multi-agency approach across the city-region.
One of the Private Sector Housing Intelligence & Enforcement Task Force’s aims is to take a community cohesion approach, helping improve the city’s neighbourhoods and provide safer communities. The team will share the outline of their project and how they can support vulnerable groups within the private rented sector.
One of their aim’s is to engage frequently with the people who give back to our neighbourhoods, whether you are a charity, community, or sub-group, they would like to see you at this event.
The event is FREE to attend.
Contact Details: email@example.com.
Who are the Liverpool City Council Private Sector Housing Department?
They are a department of Liverpool City Council committed to helping communities across our city and the surrounding region. They are committed to ensuring landlords are providing decent, safe and secure, living accommodation. If you are a private housing tenant renting from a rogue/criminal landlord, or their agent, they could help.
We can investigate and tackle:
- Criminal activity
- Anti-social behaviour
- Properties that are unlicensed
- Poor standards.
To report a rogue/criminal landlord, or agent:
Telephone: 0800 707 6245
All information will be treated in the strictest confidence by their team.Back to calendar