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The Private Tenants’ Forum is recruiting!

The Private Tenants’ Forum is looking for new people to join.  If you are advising people who live in the private rented sector, why not encourage them to join the Private Tenants' Forum? The Forum provides a great opportunity for people to use their experience to make a positive change.

The coming year will be a crucial time for the future of the private rented sector; with the Department for Social Development due to carry out a review. The Forum hopes to play an important part in any future discussions, by talking directly with the decision makers about how this sector should be improved.

Positive impact of the Forum so far

In just a short period of time, the Forum has played an important part in discussions with key decision makers and in raising particular issues about the private rented sector. Since the first meeting in 2012, the group has;

Benefits of joining the Private Tenants' Forum

The Forum provides a unique opportunity to meet with like-minded people with a common purpose of improving the private rented sector. There are also excellent opportunities to improve skills and knowledge with free training and personal development.

“Taking part in the Forum has brought me into a whole new world. Who would have thought I would have a qualification in housing advice, that I would be talking to MLAs. It’s good to have that status, to feel like I am good at something and helping others.”   Tracey,  Forum member.

Join the Private Tenants’ Forum

If you would like to join the Forum, or just find out further information on it, please get in touch by phone (028 90245640) or email.

We also have some information leaflets available for download. If you would like a supply of these for your work please let us know.


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This article was written on 29 April 2015. It should not be relied on as a statement of the current law or policy position. For help with housing issues please contact our helpline on 028 9024 5640 or use our online chat service at www.housingadviceNI.org.