'The bedroom tax won't work in Liverpool' - LMH

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Published by Jon Land for 24dash.com in Housing and also in Bill Payments, Universal Credit

A shortage of one and two-bed social housing properties in Liverpool will result in more working age tenants being hit harder than other parts of the country under the Government’s bedroom tax, according to research by the city's biggest housing association. Data from Liverpool Mutual Homes (LMH) shows just 23.5% of the city’s social housing stock is made up of one-bed properties with two-beds accounting for 28%. Three-bed properties make up the overwhelming majority with 42.3%. In April, approxima...

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