Tenancy fraud

Posted on the 17th November 2023

What is Tenancy Fraud

The National Fraud Authority have estimated the cost of tenancy fraud to be £900 million. Aside from the clear financial risks to social landlords, tenancy fraud creates negative social impact and stops communities from thriving. The lack of a settled home to those truly need it has an adverse effect on the education of children, health and employment prospects and the creation of safe communities.

Also, the costs to local authorities in having to provide housing to homeless families who have been identified as being in need of social housing is astronomical.

If you are aware of tenancy fraud happening, you can report to the Tenancy Fraud Forum or direct to Keniston.


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