The Welsh Government is proposing to make some big changes to tenants rights.
Please let us know what you think using the survey below. You can fill in this survey whether you are privately renting now, or have done in the past.
It is completely anonymous and will help us campaign for all people renting privately.
What this survey is about
Shelter Cymru has long been campaigning to make private renting more secure by ending ‘no-fault evictions’. We believe that tenants should have the security of knowing that they can’t be evicted for no reason.
In Wales at least 42% of private tenants do not have a fixed term tenancy agreement, making them vulnerable to a no-fault eviction. If a tenant asks for repairs or makes a complaint, they risk annoying their landlord and getting evicted.
What the Welsh Government is proposing
Ending no-fault evictions won’t stop landlords getting the property back if they have a genuine reason such as rent arrears – but it will give tenants the confidence that if they pay the rent and look after the place, they can stay in their home.
The Government is not proposing to end no-fault evictions completely, but to make steps towards fairer laws.
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