Closed consultation

Supporting people into work: the next stage of Housing Benefit reform

This consultation was published under the 2005 to 2010 Labour government

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Original consultation

This consultation ran from to

Summary

This consultation sought views on reforms to make Housing Benefit work more efficiently and better able to create incentives to work.

Documents

Supporting people into work: the next stage of Housing Benefit reform

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Cynorthwyo pobl i mewn i waith: cam nesaf diwygio Budd-dal Tai

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Supporting people into work: the next stage of Housing Benefit reform – impact assessment

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Consultation description

This consultation seeks views to inform our reforms of Housing Benefit. Our proposals will ensure that Housing Benefit is better able to help people into work, is fairer, more efficiently delivered and represents good value for money for the taxpayer.

Who the consultation was aimed at

The consultation was aimed at all who were interested, including tenants, landlords, local authorities, housing associations, and advice workers. The consultation applied to England, Wales and Scotland, but the department was interested in views from any source.