Dear Camden Borough Council,
Are there any residential blocks/housing estates/streets which have over 30 households in temporary accommodation managed by a single housing provider/ landlord (including the council itself)? What are the names of these residential blocks/housing estates and what roads are they on?
Are those properties leased by and/or managed by an external housing provider/ management company, or by the Council directly?
If it is an external provider what are the names of those housing providers or management companies and which blocks are they responsible for? When did these contracts/leases start and when are they up for renewal/ending? Who sets the rent under these contracts/leases and what are they per week? How many properties are these contracts for?
If the properties are directly managed by the Council, what are the rents per week?
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