What is a homelessness review, appeal or judicial review?

A homelessness review, appeal or judicial review is when a decision made by a local housing authority or housing association has failed to consider the lawfulness or inaction of that decision.

It is irrelevant the outcome reached but whether they used the correct application of the law and procedure to make that decision.

What can we do?

Any decision of the local authority or housing association is subject to an appeal/review by the court under Section 204 of the Housing Act 1996 (as amended by the Homelessness Act 2002).

At Farani Taylor, our Solicitors are highly experienced and fully equipped in bringing such cases on your behalf. We have a strong track record for successfully challenging homelessness decisions of local authorities.

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