The South West-based housing association is not alone – Bromford Group has taken a similar approach with its “Bromford Deal”, which requires tenants to contribute to their communities as part of their mandatory leases. In the very early stages of social housing, with the Peabody Estates in the 1860s, potential tenants faced imposed requirements that we would now consider unrelated to renting: mandatory smallpox vaccination; curfews; and cleaning times before 10am for common areas, sinks and toilets. But even Victorian paternalists have not bowed to the condescending, petty and gnashing passive-aggressive approach adopted by Grade 21 social landlords. The landlord, who owns properties in Somerset, Devon and Cornwall, expects 300 new tenants to sign a PAH each year as part of their 12-month trial lease before moving to a seven-year fixed-term lease. The issue of a housing plan was raised during their first meeting with Yarlington, but they were not discouraged. We process personal data in order to manage our activity of providing housing, housing and social and affordable services, which may include: Since the Localism Act, some local authorities have a clear tendency to set and maintain conditions of access to social housing that go into the field of prescribing behavior. Westminster, Hammersmith and Fulham, Wandsworth and Barnet, for example, have or are attempting to introduce allowance policies or rental terms that require tenants to have a job or education, not to earn too much or too little to make a “contribution to the community”, or not to allow their visitors to cause a nuisance or commit a crime anywhere in the district (the district has not worked well. for Wandsworth…). Extending flexible tenancy may depend on these factors, Culpin admits she expected some to question the approach, but says the language used against the housing association was “disappointing.” It doesn`t seem to have come to Yarlington`s love that some potential tenants don`t have or don`t want to have ambitions or aspirations beyond what they already have. Everyone should strive to do that, it doesn`t matter. It may well be that some tenants have ambitions and aspirations that Yarlington says shouldn`t matter. Who determines the terms of the contract? I guess we can guess the answer. .