RRC - Our supporters - Renters champions

Our renter champions

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Our partners and champions

RRC Partners & Champions

The Health Foundation Logo

"We are pleased to support the Renters Reform Coalition. Housing affordability matters for health, both directly and indirectly. Those on the lowest incomes often having to spend a greater proportion on their housing costs."

The Health Foundation
Domestic Abuse Housing Alliance’s logo - an image of 4 puzzle pieces (one orange, blue, green and purple) joined together in the shape of a house

The Domestic Abuse Housing Alliance’s (DAHA) mission is to improve the housing sector’s response to domestic abuse. We support the coalition’s campaign to bring in the Renter’s Reform Bill because domestic abuse affects people in any tenure type. It is vital that survivors who live in the private rented sector have access to safe and secure housing as well as the support they need.

Domestic Abuse Housing Alliance’s (DAHA)
Standing Together Against Domestic Abuse logo (purple bold writing)

Standing Together Against Domestic Abuse is a national charity bringing communities together to end domestic abuse. We support the coalition’s mission to reform the private rented sector because access to safe, stable and affordable housing is crucial to enable survivors of domestic abuse to escape their abusers and rebuild their lives.

Standing Together Against Domestic Abuse
Cats Protection logo

"More and more people are renting their homes, yet very few rented properties accept pets. This excludes many renters from the benefits of pet ownership and can result in cat owners being forced to make the heart breaking decision to give up their beloved pet. Cats Protection is working with landlords and tenants to ensure responsible owners are not denied the opportunity to own a pet simply because of their housing tenure."

Cats Protection

"We fully support the aims and vision of the Renters' Reform Coalition.

At Marks Out Of Tenancy, we believe renters aren't given access to all the information they need. So we set about changing that. Renters use Marks Out Of Tenancy to rate and review their landlords, letting agents, rental properties and neighbourhoods to bridge the information gap between one renter and the next. In reading previous renters experiences, future renters can make better informed decisions.

Working together with our Renters' Reform Coalition partners enables us to improve conditions in the private rental sector, to ensure the voices of all renters are heard".

Marks Out Of Tenancy

"Homeless Link is the national membership charity for frontline homelessness organisations in England. Our aim is for everyone to have a safe place to live and the support they need to maintain it. Reforming the private rented sector to make it more secure and affordable will be key to realising this goal."

Homeless Link

"We're partnering with the Renters Reform Coalition to make sure that the voices of Disabled people are heard in the housing crisis. We recognise that many of the barriers to safe and accessible housing disproportionately impact Disabled people. Therefore, it's essential that we are part of this conversation - and we are looking forward to collaborating with those in the coalition."

Disability Rights UK

“Solace works with over 23,500 survivors of male violence in London every year. Domestic abuse is one of the biggest causes of homelessness in the UK and the lack of safe, suitable and affordable accommodation is a barrier to women and children fleeing from and recovering from abuse. Around 20% of the survivors we work with are privately renting and they are twice as likely to be precariously housed as a result of fleeing abuse. It is therefore vital that the private rented sector is reformed to provide the safety and security they need.”

Solace Women's Aid

"CLES is the national organisation for local economies - developing progressive economics for people, planet and place. We work by thinking and doing, to achieve social justice and effective public services.

Secure, sustainable housing and the fair ownership and management of land and property underpin well-functioning local economies, and we are proud to support the important work of the Renters’ Reform Coalition."

Centre for Local Economic Strategies

"We are pleased to support the goals of the Renters' Reform Coalition. Our report 'Poverty in later life' published in January 2022 confirmed that older renters are significantly more likely to enter poverty past State Pension age.

Older private renters are also more likely to live in houses with damp and in houses in need of repair.

Independent Age has called on the government to keep its promise to introduce the Renters Reform Bill in this parliament. This Bill must include commitments to scrap Section 21 'no fault' evictions and to introduce secure and standardised 'lifelong deposits'”

John Palmer, Director of Policy and Communications
Independent Age


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