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By J
13/01/2015

Leaving it to the last minute

No, not a post about the time-management skills of barristers, rather, some research that Z2K are putting together. As they say:

Concern is mounting about councils, especially in London, delaying completion of homelessness reviews until right at the end of the 8 week maximum time limit or exceeding that limit and any agreed extensions to it. If this is an issue that has arisen in your work, the advice-giving charity Z2K would like to hear from you. It is pulling together a dossier of experiences from HLPA members and others to submit to the Ombudsman and to press for remedial action.

 

If you’ve got any case-studies on this, please email them to RominSutherland@z2k.org

 

J is a barrister. He considers housing law to be the single greatest kind of law known to humankind and finds it very odd that so few people share this view.

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