City Hall wants a fairer deal for private renters. The 'London Model' is a proposal aiming to significantly improve security for renters by balancing the relationship between renters and landlords.
The 'London Model' would include the following:
• open-ended tenancies, where tenants can give an appropriate amount of notice to leave the property at any time
• end Section 21 ‘no-fault’ evictions, meaning landlords may only regain their properties under designated possession grounds; and
• ensure landlords can regain possession when they have a legitimate reason and have confidence in their ability to do so effectively.
Do you think these measures would help Londoners? What other measures would help to improve trust between landlords and tenants, and create better experiences of renting in London?