Elderly Persons (Right to Buy) Amendment

Elderly Persons (Right to Buy) Amendment Bill – in the House of Commons at 4:19 pm on 11th July 1989.

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Mr. Rhodri Morgan accordingly presented a Bill to abolish discrimination against elderly persons in access to the "right to buy" provisions of the Housing and Planning Act 1986 by providing elderly persons with full rights to buy their own homes in local authority or housing association rental schemes, except where the accommodation has been specifically adapted or designed for elderly persons and where no such accommodation has been allocated to persons below pensionable age; further to provide no-fee arbitration by reference to the Housing Corporation in England and Tai Cymru in Wales in the case of any dispute between tenant and public sector landlord on the applicability of the exclusion of accommodation defined as specially suitable for elderly persons: And the same was read the First time; and ordered to be read a Second time upon Friday 21 July and to be printed. [Bill 180.]