The Government has published Guidance for landlords undertaking right to rent checks during the Coronavirus (covid-19) pandemic.
A number of our contacts will be asked to take part in a short one-to-one interview with independent research agency Research by Design - a member of the Market Research Society, known for providing insights that are objective and evidence based. Following this there will be a larger scale, short email survey to complement the interviews.
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