RRC - Our supporters - Renters champions

Our renter champions

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Our partners and champions

RRC Partners & Champions


"JCWI is proud to support the Renters' Reform Coalition because we believe there is no place for discrimination in renting. The 'right to rent' scheme is part of the Government's Hostile Environment, designed to make life in the UK impossible for people without secure immigration status. Evidence shows this reckless policy make it harder for migrants and British people of colour to rent a home. It must be scrapped, once and for all." 

The Joint Council for the Welfare of Immigrants

"Localis is an independent, leading not-for-profit think tank that promotes neo-localist ideas through research, events and commentary.

We support the Renters’ Reform Coalition because a secure and family-friendly private rented sector is essential to building the fabric of successful and sustainable communities."


"The Trussell Trust supports a network of food banks across the UK and together we provide emergency food and support to people locked in poverty, and campaign for change to end the need for food banks in the UK.

Food banks in our network see every day the impact that the costs and insecurity of renting have on the ability of people to afford the essentials. There are significant overlaps between experiences of eviction and homelessness and need for emergency food. That is why we are proud to be a partner in the Renters’ Reform Coalition, to reform the private rented sector so that everyone who relies on it for their home can prosper."

The Trussell Trust

“We are pleased to support the coalition’s campaign, and will be raising awareness of key issues facing survivors of domestic abuse in the private rented sector. The coalition’s vital principles of stability and affordability, safety and a just housing system are particularly crucial for survivors of domestic abuse, and the Renters' Reform Bill must deliver systemic changes in this regard.”

Women's Aid
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"TANT was formed in 2002 by a group of National Trust tenants to work to raise standards for all. We support, advocate and campaign for all residential and commercial tenants, tenant farmers, long leaseholders and covenantors of the National Trust."

Tenants' Association of the National Trust
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"akt supports LGBTQ+ young people aged 16-25 in the UK who are facing or experiencing homelessness or living in a hostile environment. Growing numbers of LGBTQ+ young people renting in the private rented sector are vulnerable to experiencing homelessness or finding themselves without a home again. If we are to end homelessness and housing insecurity, urgent reform of the private sector is needed. More work also needs to be done to ensure that the private rented sector is inclusive of LGBTQ+ people. This is why akt is proud to partner with the Renters' Reform Coalition."

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"The Big Issue is supporting the Renters' Reform Coalition as part of our campaign to Stop Mass Homelessness. No one should face an unfair eviction, yet we know that cases are hitting the courts at alarming rates. The upcoming reform needs to work for renters and have homelessness prevention at its heart. We must keep people in their homes at all costs."

The Big Issue

"The Housing Law Practitioners Association is a forum for all those who practice housing law for the benefit of the homeless, tenants and other occupiers of housing. The system does not work for our clients. Private tenancies do not provide the security needed for a stable life, especially for vulnerable tenants or those with children. Social housing and homeownership are for the few. S21 proceedings are rife with technical defences, but these are a delaying tactic in most cases. Due to advice deserts or lack of eligibility, many tenants cannot access legal aid to defend possession proceedings. HLPA supports the Renters' Reform Coalition to create a workable, stable system which treats houses as homes, not merely assets.”

The Housing Law Practitioners Association


"Medact is a UK charity for global health, working on issues related to conflict, poverty and the environment."

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“The Smith Institute is a leading independent public policy think tank. The Institute’s high-level research enables us to engage national and local decision makers on policies for a prosperous and fair society.”

The Smith Institute


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