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PLEASE READ THIS AS IT COULD AFFECT YOU!

 

The Welfare Reform Bill became law in March 2012.   This will result in major changes for anyone in receipt of working age benefits.   Here are just some of the changes that will come into effect:

 

         There will be a reduction in housing benefit for those tenants who are in a property with more bedrooms than they are considered to need.   For example, if the mother and father of a child are living separately, only the parent claiming child benefit will be considered as requiring a bedroom for the child, even although custody is shared.   The ages where children are thought to need a room of their own will also change, from 8 to 10 for boys and girls sharing a bedroom and from 13 to 16 for children of the same sex.   Your benefit will be reduced by 14% if you are under occupying by one bedroom and by 25% if you are under occupying by two or more bedrooms.   You will still be responsible for paying full rent to your landlord despite any reduction in your benefit.

 

         Between October 2013 and 2017 all benefits will start to be amalgamated into one benefit Universal Credit.   A benefit cap will be introduced from 1 April 2013 and this will mean that the maximum amount of Universal Credit that can be received will be 350 a week for a single person and 500 a week for a couple.

 

         Housing benefit will be included in the Universal Credit paid to claimants and will no longer be paid directly to landlords.   Tenants will therefore need to make sure they have arrangements in place to ensure regular payment of rent to avoid slipping into arrears.   The best way to do this is to set up a direct debit at the bank.   If you do not have a bank account, please get in touch with us to discuss other options.

 

If you think you will be affected by any of the changes noted above, please contact our Customer Service Team by telephone on 01592 630922 or by email at customerservices@kingdomhousing.org.uk for help and advice.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

If you think you will be affected by any of the changes noted above, please contact our Customer Service Team by telephone on 01592 630922 or by email at customerservices@kingdomhousing.org.uk for help and advice.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

         Housing benefit will be included in the Universal Credit paid to claimants and will no longer be paid directly to landlords.   Tenants will therefore need to make sure they have arrangements in place to ensure regular payment of rent to avoid slipping into arrears.   The best way to do this is to set up a direct debit at the bank.   If you do not have a bank account, please get in touch with us to discuss other options.

 

If you think you will be affected by any of the changes noted above, please contact our Customer Service Team by telephone on 01592 630922 or by email at customerservices@kingdomhousing.org.uk for help and advice.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

If you think you will be affected by any of the changes noted above, please contact our Customer Service Team by telephone on 01592 630922 or by email at customerservices@kingdomhousing.org.uk for help and advice.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

         Between October 2013 and 2017 all benefits will start to be amalgamated into one benefit Universal Credit.   A benefit cap will be introduced from 1 April 2013 and this will mean that the maximum amount of Universal Credit that can be received will be 350 a week for a single person and 500 a week for a couple.

 

         Housing benefit will be included in the Universal Credit paid to claimants and will no longer be paid directly to landlords.   Tenants will therefore need to make sure they have arrangements in place to ensure regular payment of rent to avoid slipping into arrears.   The best way to do this is to set up a direct debit at the bank.   If you do not have a bank account, please get in touch with us to discuss other options.

 

If you think you will be affected by any of the changes noted above, please contact our Customer Service Team by telephone on 01592 630922 or by email at customerservices@kingdomhousing.org.uk for help and advice.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

If you think you will be affected by any of the changes noted above, please contact our Customer Service Team by telephone on 01592 630922 or by email at customerservices@kingdomhousing.org.uk for help and advice.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

         Housing benefit will be included in the Universal Credit paid to claimants and will no longer be paid directly to landlords.   Tenants will therefore need to make sure they have arrangements in place to ensure regular payment of rent to avoid slipping into arrears.   The best way to do this is to set up a direct debit at the bank.   If you do not have a bank account, please get in touch with us to discuss other options.

 

If you think you will be affected by any of the changes noted above, please contact our Customer Service Team by telephone on 01592 630922 or by email at customerservices@kingdomhousing.org.uk for help and advice.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

If you think you will be affected by any of the changes noted above, please contact our Customer Service Team by telephone on 01592 630922 or by email at customerservices@kingdomhousing.org.uk for help and advice.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

         There will be a reduction in housing benefit for those tenants who are in a property with more bedrooms than they are considered to need.   For example, if the mother and father of a child are living separately, only the parent claiming child benefit will be considered as requiring a bedroom for the child, even although custody is shared.   The ages where children are thought to need a room of their own will also change, from 8 to 10 for boys and girls sharing a bedroom and from 13 to 16 for children of the same sex.   Your benefit will be reduced by 14% if you are under occupying by one bedroom and by 25% if you are under occupying by two or more bedrooms.   You will still be responsible for paying full rent to your landlord despite any reduction in your benefit.

 

         Between October 2013 and 2017 all benefits will start to be amalgamated into one benefit Universal Credit.   A benefit cap will be introduced from 1 April 2013 and this will mean that the maximum amount of Universal Credit that can be received will be 350 a week for a single person and 500 a week for a couple.

 

         Housing benefit will be included in the Universal Credit paid to claimants and will no longer be paid directly to landlords.   Tenants will therefore need to make sure they have arrangements in place to ensure regular payment of rent to avoid slipping into arrears.   The best way to do this is to set up a direct debit at the bank.   If you do not have a bank account, please get in touch with us to discuss other options.

 

If you think you will be affected by any of the changes noted above, please contact our Customer Service Team by telephone on 01592 630922 or by email at customerservices@kingdomhousing.org.uk for help and advice.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

If you think you will be affected by any of the changes noted above, please contact our Customer Service Team by telephone on 01592 630922 or by email at customerservices@kingdomhousing.org.uk for help and advice.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

         Housing benefit will be included in the Universal Credit paid to claimants and will no longer be paid directly to landlords.   Tenants will therefore need to make sure they have arrangements in place to ensure regular payment of rent to avoid slipping into arrears.   The best way to do this is to set up a direct debit at the bank.   If you do not have a bank account, please get in touch with us to discuss other options.

 

If you think you will be affected by any of the changes noted above, please contact our Customer Service Team by telephone on 01592 630922 or by email at customerservices@kingdomhousing.org.uk for help and advice.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

If you think you will be affected by any of the changes noted above, please contact our Customer Service Team by telephone on 01592 630922 or by email at customerservices@kingdomhousing.org.uk for help and advice.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

         Between October 2013 and 2017 all benefits will start to be amalgamated into one benefit Universal Credit.   A benefit cap will be introduced from 1 April 2013 and this will mean that the maximum amount of Universal Credit that can be received will be 350 a week for a single person and 500 a week for a couple.

 

         Housing benefit will be included in the Universal Credit paid to claimants and will no longer be paid directly to landlords.   Tenants will therefore need to make sure they have arrangements in place to ensure regular payment of rent to avoid slipping into arrears.   The best way to do this is to set up a direct debit at the bank.   If you do not have a bank account, please get in touch with us to discuss other options.

 

If you think you will be affected by any of the changes noted above, please contact our Customer Service Team by telephone on 01592 630922 or by email at customerservices@kingdomhousing.org.uk for help and advice.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

If you think you will be affected by any of the changes noted above, please contact our Customer Service Team by telephone on 01592 630922 or by email at customerservices@kingdomhousing.org.uk for help and advice.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

         Housing benefit will be included in the Universal Credit paid to claimants and will no longer be paid directly to landlords.   Tenants will therefore need to make sure they have arrangements in place to ensure regular payment of rent to avoid slipping into arrears.   The best way to do this is to set up a direct debit at the bank.   If you do not have a bank account, please get in touch with us to discuss other options.

 

If you think you will be affected by any of the changes noted above, please contact our Customer Service Team by telephone on 01592 630922 or by email at customerservices@kingdomhousing.org.uk for help and advice.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

If you think you will be affected by any of the changes noted above, please contact our Customer Service Team by telephone on 01592 630922 or by email at customerservices@kingdomhousing.org.uk for help and advice.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Welfare Reform Bill became law in March 2012.   This will result in major changes for anyone in receipt of working age benefits.   Here are just some of the changes that will come into effect:

 

         There will be a reduction in housing benefit for those tenants who are in a property with more bedrooms than they are considered to need.   For example, if the mother and father of a child are living separately, only the parent claiming child benefit will be considered as requiring a bedroom for the child, even although custody is shared.   The ages where children are thought to need a room of their own will also change, from 8 to 10 for boys and girls sharing a bedroom and from 13 to 16 for children of the same sex.   Your benefit will be reduced by 14% if you are under occupying by one bedroom and by 25% if you are under occupying by two or more bedrooms.   You will still be responsible for paying full rent to your landlord despite any reduction in your benefit.

 

         Between October 2013 and 2017 all benefits will start to be amalgamated into one benefit Universal Credit.   A benefit cap will be introduced from 1 April 2013 and this will mean that the maximum amount of Universal Credit that can be received will be 350 a week for a single person and 500 a week for a couple.

 

         Housing benefit will be included in the Universal Credit paid to claimants and will no longer be paid directly to landlords.   Tenants will therefore need to make sure they have arrangements in place to ensure regular payment of rent to avoid slipping into arrears.   The best way to do this is to set up a direct debit at the bank.   If you do not have a bank account, please get in touch with us to discuss other options.

 

If you think you will be affected by any of the changes noted above, please contact our Customer Service Team by telephone on 01592 630922 or by email at customerservices@kingdomhousing.org.uk for help and advice.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

If you think you will be affected by any of the changes noted above, please contact our Customer Service Team by telephone on 01592 630922 or by email at customerservices@kingdomhousing.org.uk for help and advice.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

         Housing benefit will be included in the Universal Credit paid to claimants and will no longer be paid directly to landlords.   Tenants will therefore need to make sure they have arrangements in place to ensure regular payment of rent to avoid slipping into arrears.   The best way to do this is to set up a direct debit at the bank.   If you do not have a bank account, please get in touch with us to discuss other options.

 

If you think you will be affected by any of the changes noted above, please contact our Customer Service Team by telephone on 01592 630922 or by email at customerservices@kingdomhousing.org.uk for help and advice.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

If you think you will be affected by any of the changes noted above, please contact our Customer Service Team by telephone on 01592 630922 or by email at customerservices@kingdomhousing.org.uk for help and advice.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

         Between October 2013 and 2017 all benefits will start to be amalgamated into one benefit Universal Credit.   A benefit cap will be introduced from 1 April 2013 and this will mean that the maximum amount of Universal Credit that can be received will be 350 a week for a single person and 500 a week for a couple.

 

         Housing benefit will be included in the Universal Credit paid to claimants and will no longer be paid directly to landlords.   Tenants will therefore need to make sure they have arrangements in place to ensure regular payment of rent to avoid slipping into arrears.   The best way to do this is to set up a direct debit at the bank.   If you do not have a bank account, please get in touch with us to discuss other options.

 

If you think you will be affected by any of the changes noted above, please contact our Customer Service Team by telephone on 01592 630922 or by email at customerservices@kingdomhousing.org.uk for help and advice.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

If you think you will be affected by any of the changes noted above, please contact our Customer Service Team by telephone on 01592 630922 or by email at customerservices@kingdomhousing.org.uk for help and advice.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

         Housing benefit will be included in the Universal Credit paid to claimants and will no longer be paid directly to landlords.   Tenants will therefore need to make sure they have arrangements in place to ensure regular payment of rent to avoid slipping into arrears.   The best way to do this is to set up a direct debit at the bank.   If you do not have a bank account, please get in touch with us to discuss other options.

 

If you think you will be affected by any of the changes noted above, please contact our Customer Service Team by telephone on 01592 630922 or by email at customerservices@kingdomhousing.org.uk for help and advice.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

If you think you will be affected by any of the changes noted above, please contact our Customer Service Team by telephone on 01592 630922 or by email at customerservices@kingdomhousing.org.uk for help and advice.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

         There will be a reduction in housing benefit for those tenants who are in a property with more bedrooms than they are considered to need.   For example, if the mother and father of a child are living separately, only the parent claiming child benefit will be considered as requiring a bedroom for the child, even although custody is shared.   The ages where children are thought to need a room of their own will also change, from 8 to 10 for boys and girls sharing a bedroom and from 13 to 16 for children of the same sex.   Your benefit will be reduced by 14% if you are under occupying by one bedroom and by 25% if you are under occupying by two or more bedrooms.   You will still be responsible for paying full rent to your landlord despite any reduction in your benefit.

 

         Between October 2013 and 2017 all benefits will start to be amalgamated into one benefit Universal Credit.   A benefit cap will be introduced from 1 April 2013 and this will mean that the maximum amount of Universal Credit that can be received will be 350 a week for a single person and 500 a week for a couple.

 

         Housing benefit will be included in the Universal Credit paid to claimants and will no longer be paid directly to landlords.   Tenants will therefore need to make sure they have arrangements in place to ensure regular payment of rent to avoid slipping into arrears.   The best way to do this is to set up a direct debit at the bank.   If you do not have a bank account, please get in touch with us to discuss other options.

 

If you think you will be affected by any of the changes noted above, please contact our Customer Service Team by telephone on 01592 630922 or by email at customerservices@kingdomhousing.org.uk for help and advice.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

If you think you will be affected by any of the changes noted above, please contact our Customer Service Team by telephone on 01592 630922 or by email at customerservices@kingdomhousing.org.uk for help and advice.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

         Housing benefit will be included in the Universal Credit paid to claimants and will no longer be paid directly to landlords.   Tenants will therefore need to make sure they have arrangements in place to ensure regular payment of rent to avoid slipping into arrears.   The best way to do this is to set up a direct debit at the bank.   If you do not have a bank account, please get in touch with us to discuss other options.

 

If you think you will be affected by any of the changes noted above, please contact our Customer Service Team by telephone on 01592 630922 or by email at customerservices@kingdomhousing.org.uk for help and advice.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

If you think you will be affected by any of the changes noted above, please contact our Customer Service Team by telephone on 01592 630922 or by email at customerservices@kingdomhousing.org.uk for help and advice.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

         Between October 2013 and 2017 all benefits will start to be amalgamated into one benefit Universal Credit.   A benefit cap will be introduced from 1 April 2013 and this will mean that the maximum amount of Universal Credit that can be received will be 350 a week for a single person and 500 a week for a couple.

 

         Housing benefit will be included in the Universal Credit paid to claimants and will no longer be paid directly to landlords.   Tenants will therefore need to make sure they have arrangements in place to ensure regular payment of rent to avoid slipping into arrears.   The best way to do this is to set up a direct debit at the bank.   If you do not have a bank account, please get in touch with us to discuss other options.

 

If you think you will be affected by any of the changes noted above, please contact our Customer Service Team by telephone on 01592 630922 or by email at customerservices@kingdomhousing.org.uk for help and advice.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

If you think you will be affected by any of the changes noted above, please contact our Customer Service Team by telephone on 01592 630922 or by email at customerservices@kingdomhousing.org.uk for help and advice.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

         Housing benefit will be included in the Universal Credit paid to claimants and will no longer be paid directly to landlords.   Tenants will therefore need to make sure they have arrangements in place to ensure regular payment of rent to avoid slipping into arrears.   The best way to do this is to set up a direct debit at the bank.   If you do not have a bank account, please get in touch with us to discuss other options.

 

If you think you will be affected by any of the changes noted above, please contact our Customer Service Team by telephone on 01592 630922 or by email at customerservices@kingdomhousing.org.uk for help and advice.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

If you think you will be affected by any of the changes noted above, please contact our Customer Service Team by telephone on 01592 630922 or by email at customerservices@kingdomhousing.org.uk for help and advice.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Welfare Reform Bill became law in March 2012.   This will result in major changes for anyone in receipt of working age benefits.   Here are just some of the changes that will come into effect:

 

         There will be a reduction in housing benefit for those tenants who are in a property with more bedrooms than they are considered to need.   For example, if the mother and father of a child are living separately, only the parent claiming child benefit will be considered as requiring a bedroom for the child, even although custody is shared.   The ages where children are thought to need a room of their own will also change, from 8 to 10 for boys and girls sharing a bedroom and from 13 to 16 for children of the same sex.   Your benefit will be reduced by 14% if you are under occupying by one bedroom and by 25% if you are under occupying by two or more bedrooms.   You will still be responsible for paying full rent to your landlord despite any reduction in your benefit.

 

         Between October 2013 and 2017 all benefits will start to be amalgamated into one benefit Universal Credit.   A benefit cap will be introduced from 1 April 2013 and this will mean that the maximum amount of Universal Credit that can be received will be 350 a week for a single person and 500 a week for a couple.

 

         Housing benefit will be included in the Universal Credit paid to claimants and will no longer be paid directly to landlords.   Tenants will therefore need to make sure they have arrangements in place to ensure regular payment of rent to avoid slipping into arrears.   The best way to do this is to set up a direct debit at the bank.   If you do not have a bank account, please get in touch with us to discuss other options.

 

If you think you will be affected by any of the changes noted above, please contact our Customer Service Team by telephone on 01592 630922 or by email at customerservices@kingdomhousing.org.uk for help and advice.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

If you think you will be affected by any of the changes noted above, please contact our Customer Service Team by telephone on 01592 630922 or by email at customerservices@kingdomhousing.org.uk for help and advice.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

         Housing benefit will be included in the Universal Credit paid to claimants and will no longer be paid directly to landlords.   Tenants will therefore need to make sure they have arrangements in place to ensure regular payment of rent to avoid slipping into arrears.   The best way to do this is to set up a direct debit at the bank.   If you do not have a bank account, please get in touch with us to discuss other options.

 

If you think you will be affected by any of the changes noted above, please contact our Customer Service Team by telephone on 01592 630922 or by email at customerservices@kingdomhousing.org.uk for help and advice.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

If you think you will be affected by any of the changes noted above, please contact our Customer Service Team by telephone on 01592 630922 or by email at customerservices@kingdomhousing.org.uk for help and advice.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

         Between October 2013 and 2017 all benefits will start to be amalgamated into one benefit Universal Credit.   A benefit cap will be introduced from 1 April 2013 and this will mean that the maximum amount of Universal Credit that can be received will be 350 a week for a single person and 500 a week for a couple.

 

         Housing benefit will be included in the Universal Credit paid to claimants and will no longer be paid directly to landlords.   Tenants will therefore need to make sure they have arrangements in place to ensure regular payment of rent to avoid slipping into arrears.   The best way to do this is to set up a direct debit at the bank.   If you do not have a bank account, please get in touch with us to discuss other options.

 

If you think you will be affected by any of the changes noted above, please contact our Customer Service Team by telephone on 01592 630922 or by email at customerservices@kingdomhousing.org.uk for help and advice.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

If you think you will be affected by any of the changes noted above, please contact our Customer Service Team by telephone on 01592 630922 or by email at customerservices@kingdomhousing.org.uk for help and advice.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

         Housing benefit will be included in the Universal Credit paid to claimants and will no longer be paid directly to landlords.   Tenants will therefore need to make sure they have arrangements in place to ensure regular payment of rent to avoid slipping into arrears.   The best way to do this is to set up a direct debit at the bank.   If you do not have a bank account, please get in touch with us to discuss other options.

 

If you think you will be affected by any of the changes noted above, please contact our Customer Service Team by telephone on 01592 630922 or by email at customerservices@kingdomhousing.org.uk for help and advice.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

If you think you will be affected by any of the changes noted above, please contact our Customer Service Team by telephone on 01592 630922 or by email at customerservices@kingdomhousing.org.uk for help and advice.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

         There will be a reduction in housing benefit for those tenants who are in a property with more bedrooms than they are considered to need.   For example, if the mother and father of a child are living separately, only the parent claiming child benefit will be considered as requiring a bedroom for the child, even although custody is shared.   The ages where children are thought to need a room of their own will also change, from 8 to 10 for boys and girls sharing a bedroom and from 13 to 16 for children of the same sex.   Your benefit will be reduced by 14% if you are under occupying by one bedroom and by 25% if you are under occupying by two or more bedrooms.   You will still be responsible for paying full rent to your landlord despite any reduction in your benefit.

 

         Between October 2013 and 2017 all benefits will start to be amalgamated into one benefit Universal Credit.   A benefit cap will be introduced from 1 April 2013 and this will mean that the maximum amount of Universal Credit that can be received will be 350 a week for a single person and 500 a week for a couple.

 

         Housing benefit will be included in the Universal Credit paid to claimants and will no longer be paid directly to landlords.   Tenants will therefore need to make sure they have arrangements in place to ensure regular payment of rent to avoid slipping into arrears.   The best way to do this is to set up a direct debit at the bank.   If you do not have a bank account, please get in touch with us to discuss other options.

 

If you think you will be affected by any of the changes noted above, please contact our Customer Service Team by telephone on 01592 630922 or by email at customerservices@kingdomhousing.org.uk for help and advice.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

If you think you will be affected by any of the changes noted above, please contact our Customer Service Team by telephone on 01592 630922 or by email at customerservices@kingdomhousing.org.uk for help and advice.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

         Housing benefit will be included in the Universal Credit paid to claimants and will no longer be paid directly to landlords.   Tenants will therefore need to make sure they have arrangements in place to ensure regular payment of rent to avoid slipping into arrears.   The best way to do this is to set up a direct debit at the bank.   If you do not have a bank account, please get in touch with us to discuss other options.

 

If you think you will be affected by any of the changes noted above, please contact our Customer Service Team by telephone on 01592 630922 or by email at customerservices@kingdomhousing.org.uk for help and advice.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

If you think you will be affected by any of the changes noted above, please contact our Customer Service Team by telephone on 01592 630922 or by email at customerservices@kingdomhousing.org.uk for help and advice.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

         Between October 2013 and 2017 all benefits will start to be amalgamated into one benefit Universal Credit.   A benefit cap will be introduced from 1 April 2013 and this will mean that the maximum amount of Universal Credit that can be received will be 350 a week for a single person and 500 a week for a couple.

 

         Housing benefit will be included in the Universal Credit paid to claimants and will no longer be paid directly to landlords.   Tenants will therefore need to make sure they have arrangements in place to ensure regular payment of rent to avoid slipping into arrears.   The best way to do this is to set up a direct debit at the bank.   If you do not have a bank account, please get in touch with us to discuss other options.

 

If you think you will be affected by any of the changes noted above, please contact our Customer Service Team by telephone on 01592 630922 or by email at customerservices@kingdomhousing.org.uk for help and advice.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

If you think you will be affected by any of the changes noted above, please contact our Customer Service Team by telephone on 01592 630922 or by email at customerservices@kingdomhousing.org.uk for help and advice.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

         Housing benefit will be included in the Universal Credit paid to claimants and will no longer be paid directly to landlords.   Tenants will therefore need to make sure they have arrangements in place to ensure regular payment of rent to avoid slipping into arrears.   The best way to do this is to set up a direct debit at the bank.   If you do not have a bank account, please get in touch with us to discuss other options.

 

If you think you will be affected by any of the changes noted above, please contact our Customer Service Team by telephone on 01592 630922 or by email at customerservices@kingdomhousing.org.uk for help and advice.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

If you think you will be affected by any of the changes noted above, please contact our Customer Service Team by telephone on 01592 630922 or by email at customerservices@kingdomhousing.org.uk for help and advice.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PLEASE READ THIS AS IT COULD AFFECT YOU!

 

The Welfare Reform Bill became law in March 2012.   This will result in major changes for anyone in receipt of working age benefits.   Here are just some of the changes that will come into effect:

 

         There will be a reduction in housing benefit for those tenants who are in a property with more bedrooms than they are considered to need.   For example, if the mother and father of a child are living separately, only the parent claiming child benefit will be considered as requiring a bedroom for the child, even although custody is shared.   The ages where children are thought to need a room of their own will also change, from 8 to 10 for boys and girls sharing a bedroom and from 13 to 16 for children of the same sex.   Your benefit will be reduced by 14% if you are under occupying by one bedroom and by 25% if you are under occupying by two or more bedrooms.   You will still be responsible for paying full rent to your landlord despite any reduction in your benefit.

 

         Between October 2013 and 2017 all benefits will start to be amalgamated into one benefit Universal Credit.   A benefit cap will be introduced from 1 April 2013 and this will mean that the maximum amount of Universal Credit that can be received will be 350 a week for a single person and 500 a week for a couple.

 

         Housing benefit will be included in the Universal Credit paid to claimants and will no longer be paid directly to landlords.   Tenants will therefore need to make sure they have arrangements in place to ensure regular payment of rent to avoid slipping into arrears.   The best way to do this is to set up a direct debit at the bank.   If you do not have a bank account, please get in touch with us to discuss other options.

 

If you think you will be affected by any of the changes noted above, please contact our Customer Service Team by telephone on 01592 630922 or by email at customerservices@kingdomhousing.org.uk for help and advice.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

If you think you will be affected by any of the changes noted above, please contact our Customer Service Team by telephone on 01592 630922 or by email at customerservices@kingdomhousing.org.uk for help and advice.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

         Housing benefit will be included in the Universal Credit paid to claimants and will no longer be paid directly to landlords.   Tenants will therefore need to make sure they have arrangements in place to ensure regular payment of rent to avoid slipping into arrears.   The best way to do this is to set up a direct debit at the bank.   If you do not have a bank account, please get in touch with us to discuss other options.

 

If you think you will be affected by any of the changes noted above, please contact our Customer Service Team by telephone on 01592 630922 or by email at customerservices@kingdomhousing.org.uk for help and advice.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

If you think you will be affected by any of the changes noted above, please contact our Customer Service Team by telephone on 01592 630922 or by email at customerservices@kingdomhousing.org.uk for help and advice.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

         Between October 2013 and 2017 all benefits will start to be amalgamated into one benefit Universal Credit.   A benefit cap will be introduced from 1 April 2013 and this will mean that the maximum amount of Universal Credit that can be received will be 350 a week for a single person and 500 a week for a couple.

 

         Housing benefit will be included in the Universal Credit paid to claimants and will no longer be paid directly to landlords.   Tenants will therefore need to make sure they have arrangements in place to ensure regular payment of rent to avoid slipping into arrears.   The best way to do this is to set up a direct debit at the bank.   If you do not have a bank account, please get in touch with us to discuss other options.

 

If you think you will be affected by any of the changes noted above, please contact our Customer Service Team by telephone on 01592 630922 or by email at customerservices@kingdomhousing.org.uk for help and advice.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

If you think you will be affected by any of the changes noted above, please contact our Customer Service Team by telephone on 01592 630922 or by email at customerservices@kingdomhousing.org.uk for help and advice.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

         Housing benefit will be included in the Universal Credit paid to claimants and will no longer be paid directly to landlords.   Tenants will therefore need to make sure they have arrangements in place to ensure regular payment of rent to avoid slipping into arrears.   The best way to do this is to set up a direct debit at the bank.   If you do not have a bank account, please get in touch with us to discuss other options.

 

If you think you will be affected by any of the changes noted above, please contact our Customer Service Team by telephone on 01592 630922 or by email at customerservices@kingdomhousing.org.uk for help and advice.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

If you think you will be affected by any of the changes noted above, please contact our Customer Service Team by telephone on 01592 630922 or by email at customerservices@kingdomhousing.org.uk for help and advice.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

         There will be a reduction in housing benefit for those tenants who are in a property with more bedrooms than they are considered to need.   For example, if the mother and father of a child are living separately, only the parent claiming child benefit will be considered as requiring a bedroom for the child, even although custody is shared.   The ages where children are thought to need a room of their own will also change, from 8 to 10 for boys and girls sharing a bedroom and from 13 to 16 for children of the same sex.   Your benefit will be reduced by 14% if you are under occupying by one bedroom and by 25% if you are under occupying by two or more bedrooms.   You will still be responsible for paying full rent to your landlord despite any reduction in your benefit.

 

         Between October 2013 and 2017 all benefits will start to be amalgamated into one benefit Universal Credit.   A benefit cap will be introduced from 1 April 2013 and this will mean that the maximum amount of Universal Credit that can be received will be 350 a week for a single person and 500 a week for a couple.

 

         Housing benefit will be included in the Universal Credit paid to claimants and will no longer be paid directly to landlords.   Tenants will therefore need to make sure they have arrangements in place to ensure regular payment of rent to avoid slipping into arrears.   The best way to do this is to set up a direct debit at the bank.   If you do not have a bank account, please get in touch with us to discuss other options.

 

If you think you will be affected by any of the changes noted above, please contact our Customer Service Team by telephone on 01592 630922 or by email at customerservices@kingdomhousing.org.uk for help and advice.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

If you think you will be affected by any of the changes noted above, please contact our Customer Service Team by telephone on 01592 630922 or by email at customerservices@kingdomhousing.org.uk for help and advice.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

         Housing benefit will be included in the Universal Credit paid to claimants and will no longer be paid directly to landlords.   Tenants will therefore need to make sure they have arrangements in place to ensure regular payment of rent to avoid slipping into arrears.   The best way to do this is to set up a direct debit at the bank.   If you do not have a bank account, please get in touch with us to discuss other options.

 

If you think you will be affected by any of the changes noted above, please contact our Customer Service Team by telephone on 01592 630922 or by email at customerservices@kingdomhousing.org.uk for help and advice.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

If you think you will be affected by any of the changes noted above, please contact our Customer Service Team by telephone on 01592 630922 or by email at customerservices@kingdomhousing.org.uk for help and advice.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

         Between October 2013 and 2017 all benefits will start to be amalgamated into one benefit Universal Credit.   A benefit cap will be introduced from 1 April 2013 and this will mean that the maximum amount of Universal Credit that can be received will be 350 a week for a single person and 500 a week for a couple.

 

         Housing benefit will be included in the Universal Credit paid to claimants and will no longer be paid directly to landlords.   Tenants will therefore need to make sure they have arrangements in place to ensure regular payment of rent to avoid slipping into arrears.   The best way to do this is to set up a direct debit at the bank.   If you do not have a bank account, please get in touch with us to discuss other options.

 

If you think you will be affected by any of the changes noted above, please contact our Customer Service Team by telephone on 01592 630922 or by email at customerservices@kingdomhousing.org.uk for help and advice.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

If you think you will be affected by any of the changes noted above, please contact our Customer Service Team by telephone on 01592 630922 or by email at customerservices@kingdomhousing.org.uk for help and advice.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

         Housing benefit will be included in the Universal Credit paid to claimants and will no longer be paid directly to landlords.   Tenants will therefore need to make sure they have arrangements in place to ensure regular payment of rent to avoid slipping into arrears.   The best way to do this is to set up a direct debit at the bank.   If you do not have a bank account, please get in touch with us to discuss other options.

 

If you think you will be affected by any of the changes noted above, please contact our Customer Service Team by telephone on 01592 630922 or by email at customerservices@kingdomhousing.org.uk for help and advice.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

If you think you will be affected by any of the changes noted above, please contact our Customer Service Team by telephone on 01592 630922 or by email at customerservices@kingdomhousing.org.uk for help and advice.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Welfare Reform Bill became law in March 2012.   This will result in major changes for anyone in receipt of working age benefits.   Here are just some of the changes that will come into effect:

 

         There will be a reduction in housing benefit for those tenants who are in a property with more bedrooms than they are considered to need.   For example, if the mother and father of a child are living separately, only the parent claiming child benefit will be considered as requiring a bedroom for the child, even although custody is shared.   The ages where children are thought to need a room of their own will also change, from 8 to 10 for boys and girls sharing a bedroom and from 13 to 16 for children of the same sex.   Your benefit will be reduced by 14% if you are under occupying by one bedroom and by 25% if you are under occupying by two or more bedrooms.   You will still be responsible for paying full rent to your landlord despite any reduction in your benefit.

 

         Between October 2013 and 2017 all benefits will start to be amalgamated into one benefit Universal Credit.   A benefit cap will be introduced from 1 April 2013 and this will mean that the maximum amount of Universal Credit that can be received will be 350 a week for a single person and 500 a week for a couple.

 

         Housing benefit will be included in the Universal Credit paid to claimants and will no longer be paid directly to landlords.   Tenants will therefore need to make sure they have arrangements in place to ensure regular payment of rent to avoid slipping into arrears.   The best way to do this is to set up a direct debit at the bank.   If you do not have a bank account, please get in touch with us to discuss other options.

 

If you think you will be affected by any of the changes noted above, please contact our Customer Service Team by telephone on 01592 630922 or by email at customerservices@kingdomhousing.org.uk for help and advice.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

If you think you will be affected by any of the changes noted above, please contact our Customer Service Team by telephone on 01592 630922 or by email at customerservices@kingdomhousing.org.uk for help and advice.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

         Housing benefit will be included in the Universal Credit paid to claimants and will no longer be paid directly to landlords.   Tenants will therefore need to make sure they have arrangements in place to ensure regular payment of rent to avoid slipping into arrears.   The best way to do this is to set up a direct debit at the bank.   If you do not have a bank account, please get in touch with us to discuss other options.

 

If you think you will be affected by any of the changes noted above, please contact our Customer Service Team by telephone on 01592 630922 or by email at customerservices@kingdomhousing.org.uk for help and advice.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

If you think you will be affected by any of the changes noted above, please contact our Customer Service Team by telephone on 01592 630922 or by email at customerservices@kingdomhousing.org.uk for help and advice.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

         Between October 2013 and 2017 all benefits will start to be amalgamated into one benefit Universal Credit.   A benefit cap will be introduced from 1 April 2013 and this will mean that the maximum amount of Universal Credit that can be received will be 350 a week for a single person and 500 a week for a couple.

 

         Housing benefit will be included in the Universal Credit paid to claimants and will no longer be paid directly to landlords.   Tenants will therefore need to make sure they have arrangements in place to ensure regular payment of rent to avoid slipping into arrears.   The best way to do this is to set up a direct debit at the bank.   If you do not have a bank account, please get in touch with us to discuss other options.

 

If you think you will be affected by any of the changes noted above, please contact our Customer Service Team by telephone on 01592 630922 or by email at customerservices@kingdomhousing.org.uk for help and advice.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

If you think you will be affected by any of the changes noted above, please contact our Customer Service Team by telephone on 01592 630922 or by email at customerservices@kingdomhousing.org.uk for help and advice.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

         Housing benefit will be included in the Universal Credit paid to claimants and will no longer be paid directly to landlords.   Tenants will therefore need to make sure they have arrangements in place to ensure regular payment of rent to avoid slipping into arrears.   The best way to do this is to set up a direct debit at the bank.   If you do not have a bank account, please get in touch with us to discuss other options.

 

If you think you will be affected by any of the changes noted above, please contact our Customer Service Team by telephone on 01592 630922 or by email at customerservices@kingdomhousing.org.uk for help and advice.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

If you think you will be affected by any of the changes noted above, please contact our Customer Service Team by telephone on 01592 630922 or by email at customerservices@kingdomhousing.org.uk for help and advice.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

         There will be a reduction in housing benefit for those tenants who are in a property with more bedrooms than they are considered to need.   For example, if the mother and father of a child are living separately, only the parent claiming child benefit will be considered as requiring a bedroom for the child, even although custody is shared.   The ages where children are thought to need a room of their own will also change, from 8 to 10 for boys and girls sharing a bedroom and from 13 to 16 for children of the same sex.   Your benefit will be reduced by 14% if you are under occupying by one bedroom and by 25% if you are under occupying by two or more bedrooms.   You will still be responsible for paying full rent to your landlord despite any reduction in your benefit.

 

         Between October 2013 and 2017 all benefits will start to be amalgamated into one benefit Universal Credit.   A benefit cap will be introduced from 1 April 2013 and this will mean that the maximum amount of Universal Credit that can be received will be 350 a week for a single person and 500 a week for a couple.

 

         Housing benefit will be included in the Universal Credit paid to claimants and will no longer be paid directly to landlords.   Tenants will therefore need to make sure they have arrangements in place to ensure regular payment of rent to avoid slipping into arrears.   The best way to do this is to set up a direct debit at the bank.   If you do not have a bank account, please get in touch with us to discuss other options.

 

If you think you will be affected by any of the changes noted above, please contact our Customer Service Team by telephone on 01592 630922 or by email at customerservices@kingdomhousing.org.uk for help and advice.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

If you think you will be affected by any of the changes noted above, please contact our Customer Service Team by telephone on 01592 630922 or by email at customerservices@kingdomhousing.org.uk for help and advice.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

         Housing benefit will be included in the Universal Credit paid to claimants and will no longer be paid directly to landlords.   Tenants will therefore need to make sure they have arrangements in place to ensure regular payment of rent to avoid slipping into arrears.   The best way to do this is to set up a direct debit at the bank.   If you do not have a bank account, please get in touch with us to discuss other options.

 

If you think you will be affected by any of the changes noted above, please contact our Customer Service Team by telephone on 01592 630922 or by email at customerservices@kingdomhousing.org.uk for help and advice.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

If you think you will be affected by any of the changes noted above, please contact our Customer Service Team by telephone on 01592 630922 or by email at customerservices@kingdomhousing.org.uk for help and advice.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

         Between October 2013 and 2017 all benefits will start to be amalgamated into one benefit Universal Credit.   A benefit cap will be introduced from 1 April 2013 and this will mean that the maximum amount of Universal Credit that can be received will be 350 a week for a single person and 500 a week for a couple.

 

         Housing benefit will be included in the Universal Credit paid to claimants and will no longer be paid directly to landlords.   Tenants will therefore need to make sure they have arrangements in place to ensure regular payment of rent to avoid slipping into arrears.   The best way to do this is to set up a direct debit at the bank.   If you do not have a bank account, please get in touch with us to discuss other options.

 

If you think you will be affected by any of the changes noted above, please contact our Customer Service Team by telephone on 01592 630922 or by email at customerservices@kingdomhousing.org.uk for help and advice.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

If you think you will be affected by any of the changes noted above, please contact our Customer Service Team by telephone on 01592 630922 or by email at customerservices@kingdomhousing.org.uk for help and advice.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

         Housing benefit will be included in the Universal Credit paid to claimants and will no longer be paid directly to landlords.   Tenants will therefore need to make sure they have arrangements in place to ensure regular payment of rent to avoid slipping into arrears.   The best way to do this is to set up a direct debit at the bank.   If you do not have a bank account, please get in touch with us to discuss other options.

 

If you think you will be affected by any of the changes noted above, please contact our Customer Service Team by telephone on 01592 630922 or by email at customerservices@kingdomhousing.org.uk for help and advice.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

If you think you will be affected by any of the changes noted above, please contact our Customer Service Team by telephone on 01592 630922 or by email at customerservices@kingdomhousing.org.uk for help and advice.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Welfare Reform Bill became law in March 2012.   This will result in major changes for anyone in receipt of working age benefits.   Here are just some of the changes that will come into effect:

 

         There will be a reduction in housing benefit for those tenants who are in a property with more bedrooms than they are considered to need.   For example, if the mother and father of a child are living separately, only the parent claiming child benefit will be considered as requiring a bedroom for the child, even although custody is shared.   The ages where children are thought to need a room of their own will also change, from 8 to 10 for boys and girls sharing a bedroom and from 13 to 16 for children of the same sex.   Your benefit will be reduced by 14% if you are under occupying by one bedroom and by 25% if you are under occupying by two or more bedrooms.   You will still be responsible for paying full rent to your landlord despite any reduction in your benefit.

 

         Between October 2013 and 2017 all benefits will start to be amalgamated into one benefit Universal Credit.   A benefit cap will be introduced from 1 April 2013 and this will mean that the maximum amount of Universal Credit that can be received will be 350 a week for a single person and 500 a week for a couple.

 

         Housing benefit will be included in the Universal Credit paid to claimants and will no longer be paid directly to landlords.   Tenants will therefore need to make sure they have arrangements in place to ensure regular payment of rent to avoid slipping into arrears.   The best way to do this is to set up a direct debit at the bank.   If you do not have a bank account, please get in touch with us to discuss other options.

 

If you think you will be affected by any of the changes noted above, please contact our Customer Service Team by telephone on 01592 630922 or by email at customerservices@kingdomhousing.org.uk for help and advice.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

If you think you will be affected by any of the changes noted above, please contact our Customer Service Team by telephone on 01592 630922 or by email at customerservices@kingdomhousing.org.uk for help and advice.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

         Housing benefit will be included in the Universal Credit paid to claimants and will no longer be paid directly to landlords.   Tenants will therefore need to make sure they have arrangements in place to ensure regular payment of rent to avoid slipping into arrears.   The best way to do this is to set up a direct debit at the bank.   If you do not have a bank account, please get in touch with us to discuss other options.

 

If you think you will be affected by any of the changes noted above, please contact our Customer Service Team by telephone on 01592 630922 or by email at customerservices@kingdomhousing.org.uk for help and advice.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

If you think you will be affected by any of the changes noted above, please contact our Customer Service Team by telephone on 01592 630922 or by email at customerservices@kingdomhousing.org.uk for help and advice.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

         Between October 2013 and 2017 all benefits will start to be amalgamated into one benefit Universal Credit.   A benefit cap will be introduced from 1 April 2013 and this will mean that the maximum amount of Universal Credit that can be received will be 350 a week for a single person and 500 a week for a couple.

 

         Housing benefit will be included in the Universal Credit paid to claimants and will no longer be paid directly to landlords.   Tenants will therefore need to make sure they have arrangements in place to ensure regular payment of rent to avoid slipping into arrears.   The best way to do this is to set up a direct debit at the bank.   If you do not have a bank account, please get in touch with us to discuss other options.

 

If you think you will be affected by any of the changes noted above, please contact our Customer Service Team by telephone on 01592 630922 or by email at customerservices@kingdomhousing.org.uk for help and advice.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

If you think you will be affected by any of the changes noted above, please contact our Customer Service Team by telephone on 01592 630922 or by email at customerservices@kingdomhousing.org.uk for help and advice.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

         Housing benefit will be included in the Universal Credit paid to claimants and will no longer be paid directly to landlords.   Tenants will therefore need to make sure they have arrangements in place to ensure regular payment of rent to avoid slipping into arrears.   The best way to do this is to set up a direct debit at the bank.   If you do not have a bank account, please get in touch with us to discuss other options.

 

If you think you will be affected by any of the changes noted above, please contact our Customer Service Team by telephone on 01592 630922 or by email at customerservices@kingdomhousing.org.uk for help and advice.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

If you think you will be affected by any of the changes noted above, please contact our Customer Service Team by telephone on 01592 630922 or by email at customerservices@kingdomhousing.org.uk for help and advice.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

         There will be a reduction in housing benefit for those tenants who are in a property with more bedrooms than they are considered to need.   For example, if the mother and father of a child are living separately, only the parent claiming child benefit will be considered as requiring a bedroom for the child, even although custody is shared.   The ages where children are thought to need a room of their own will also change, from 8 to 10 for boys and girls sharing a bedroom and from 13 to 16 for children of the same sex.   Your benefit will be reduced by 14% if you are under occupying by one bedroom and by 25% if you are under occupying by two or more bedrooms.   You will still be responsible for paying full rent to your landlord despite any reduction in your benefit.

 

         Between October 2013 and 2017 all benefits will start to be amalgamated into one benefit Universal Credit.   A benefit cap will be introduced from 1 April 2013 and this will mean that the maximum amount of Universal Credit that can be received will be 350 a week for a single person and 500 a week for a couple.

 

         Housing benefit will be included in the Universal Credit paid to claimants and will no longer be paid directly to landlords.   Tenants will therefore need to make sure they have arrangements in place to ensure regular payment of rent to avoid slipping into arrears.   The best way to do this is to set up a direct debit at the bank.   If you do not have a bank account, please get in touch with us to discuss other options.

 

If you think you will be affected by any of the changes noted above, please contact our Customer Service Team by telephone on 01592 630922 or by email at customerservices@kingdomhousing.org.uk for help and advice.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

If you think you will be affected by any of the changes noted above, please contact our Customer Service Team by telephone on 01592 630922 or by email at customerservices@kingdomhousing.org.uk for help and advice.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

         Housing benefit will be included in the Universal Credit paid to claimants and will no longer be paid directly to landlords.   Tenants will therefore need to make sure they have arrangements in place to ensure regular payment of rent to avoid slipping into arrears.   The best way to do this is to set up a direct debit at the bank.   If you do not have a bank account, please get in touch with us to discuss other options.

 

If you think you will be affected by any of the changes noted above, please contact our Customer Service Team by telephone on 01592 630922 or by email at customerservices@kingdomhousing.org.uk for help and advice.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

If you think you will be affected by any of the changes noted above, please contact our Customer Service Team by telephone on 01592 630922 or by email at customerservices@kingdomhousing.org.uk for help and advice.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

         Between October 2013 and 2017 all benefits will start to be amalgamated into one benefit Universal Credit.   A benefit cap will be introduced from 1 April 2013 and this will mean that the maximum amount of Universal Credit that can be received will be 350 a week for a single person and 500 a week for a couple.

 

         Housing benefit will be included in the Universal Credit paid to claimants and will no longer be paid directly to landlords.   Tenants will therefore need to make sure they have arrangements in place to ensure regular payment of rent to avoid slipping into arrears.   The best way to do this is to set up a direct debit at the bank.   If you do not have a bank account, please get in touch with us to discuss other options.

 

If you think you will be affected by any of the changes noted above, please contact our Customer Service Team by telephone on 01592 630922 or by email at customerservices@kingdomhousing.org.uk for help and advice.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

If you think you will be affected by any of the changes noted above, please contact our Customer Service Team by telephone on 01592 630922 or by email at customerservices@kingdomhousing.org.uk for help and advice.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

         Housing benefit will be included in the Universal Credit paid to claimants and will no longer be paid directly to landlords.   Tenants will therefore need to make sure they have arrangements in place to ensure regular payment of rent to avoid slipping into arrears.   The best way to do this is to set up a direct debit at the bank.   If you do not have a bank account, please get in touch with us to discuss other options.

 

If you think you will be affected by any of the changes noted above, please contact our Customer Service Team by telephone on 01592 630922 or by email at customerservices@kingdomhousing.org.uk for help and advice.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

If you think you will be affected by any of the changes noted above, please contact our Customer Service Team by telephone on 01592 630922 or by email at customerservices@kingdomhousing.org.uk for help and advice.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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