Time for the tenant to leave

Parts of UK are Eviction Hot Spots

New research from Shelter highlights the areas of England where people are most at risk of losing their homes.

The charity claims that one in every 111 households is at risk of eviction by either a landlord or mortgage lender, with those living in London most at risk, followed by the residents of Manchester, Slough and Peterborough.

Shelter’s study also reveals clusters of high risk in the North West and the Midlands: Nottingham, Newcastle and Knowsley all have eviction risk rates more than one and a half times the national average.

While urban areas are more likely to have higher rates of eviction risk, rural areas such as West Lancashire and Bedford are also affected, with levels higher than the national average.

Shelter’s chief executive, Campbell Robb, comments: “Shelter research shows that a third of people are already struggling with their housing costs or falling behind on payments. In these unforgiving conditions, it only takes one thing – illness, job loss or relationship breakdown – to lead to things spiralling out of control and into homelessness.”

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One Response to High Eviction Risk Areas

  1. Cynical Landlord says:

    If people paid their rent rather than their mobile phone bill or the sky tv bill (both of which are NOT essential to life) they would not be evicted. There is a severe case of not getting priorities right in this country today

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