Welfare reform

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Find out how the Government’s welfare reforms will impact landlords and tenants.

Changes to the benefits system, which are having big impacts on both social landlords and tenants, are underway. April 2013 saw the introduction of the bedroom tax and benefit cap. The introduction of Universal Credit, which replaces many existing benefits, began in April 2013 and the roll out will continue until 2017.

The Federation is:

We've put together a summary of recent developments and achievements.

Latest Welfare reform updates

Welfare reform update - June 2015

18 June 2015

Includes our submission to the emergency Budget, new seven-day waiting period for Universal Credit and details of new reports on welfare reform.

Queen’s Speech briefing

29 May 2015

Following the Queen’s Speech we’ve put together a briefing that outlines the details and implications of the announcements including Right to Buy, welfare and devolution.

Welfare reform update - May 2015

21 May 2015

Includes how we are responding to the Government’s potential welfare reforms, changes to the Universal Credit process and the introduction of a seven-day waiting period on Universal Credit claims.

The next stages for welfare reform

20 May 2015

The new Government has set a challenging and ambitious agenda on welfare reform and the Federation will work closely with the DWP to understand the impact of potential reform on tenants and association business plans...

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