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The Department of Levelling Up, Housing and Communities invites you to take part in research.
DLUHC is developing a comprehensive package of leaseholder reforms to improve the experience for leaseholders in England and Wales. The reforms aim to make the system fairer and more transparent and offer increased control and security for existing and future leaseholders. They are inviting members of the public to attend a 60-minute in-depth interview with a researcher to explore what people know and understand about leasehold, including the obligations and rights it entails, as well as what people think about the reforms that are under development. As a thank you for your time and input, you'll receive up to £60 for taking part.
Please keep in mind that as preparation for the interview, we will ask you to take a look at your leasehold agreement. Please make sure you have access to it prior to our interview.
We understand that due to the time of year, this period may be difficult for you, and you might have other priorities at the moment. There is no obligation to take part in the research but if you are interested in sharing your views, any time you do wish to give towards this research is much appreciated and your input will be truly valued.
- The research is completely voluntary
- You will not incur any costs taking part in the research and will receive an incentive for your time
- Research is conducted in accordance with the MRS code of conduct
- KANTAR PUBLIC is completely independent from DLUHC
- Your information will be used for research purposes only
- KANTAR PUBLIC will not pass your personal details on to anyone outside of the research team and your name will not be used in the reporting for this project
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