Our letter to the LUHC Committee: Thousands of ‘non-qualifying’ leaseholders are excluded from protection

Michael Gove will be questioned during an evidence session with the cross-party LUHC Committee on Monday 21 November, covering a wide range of issues including building safety.

Ahead of the Committee’s meeting with the Secretary of State, we wrote to the Committee jointly with the Unqualified Leaseholders Action Group, to share our specific concerns about ‘non-qualifying’ leaseholders who have been completely excluded from any protection in the Building Safety Act.

Read our letter about non-qualifying leaseholders

We also wrote to the Committee about a wider range of ongoing building safety issues where more Government action is needed urgently, including our concerns about the impact on shared ownership leaseholders. We called on the Committee to continue to press DLUHC for an impact assessment stating the overall cost burden that the Government expects to fall on leaseholders.

Read our letter calling for an impact assessment of building safety costs

Watch the Committee’s meeting with Michael Gove online from 4.15pm on Monday 21 November

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