Law for Life
Funding was awarded for a needs assessment of the information needs of landlords and tenants. The intention and purpose of the assessment was to give an indication of the gaps in resource provision in this sector, and ultimately enable more informed future intervention and investment.
Designs on Property
Grant funding was awarded to educate and inform the industry and media about the residential property market through provision of independent and accurate market data, reports and research so that they in turn can help to educate consumers about the advantages and drawbacks of different forms and costs of tenure, especially in the rental market.
This was achieved through the development of 12 research papers, used to educate consumers via the media, articles, property show seminars, industry, political events, and on-line property sites. The research papers produced can be accessed via our Resources section.
City College Norwich
Funding was utilised for the provision of training and qualifications for school leavers to encourage employment in the letting agency sector. This was done via a course in Residential Lettings Management providing a recognised pathway for 16-18 year olds to train for careers in the lettings and estate agency property services professions.
NRLA (Previously Residential Landlord Association (RLA)
The grant funded the creation of a landlord and tenant training pack, based on an updated version of the ANUK handbook.