Dear Kensington and Chelsea TMO,

Your recent publication of Link, the tenant magazine provides a summary of KCTMO under How we're doing ", opposite page 6. The stats under rent collection although a summary appears to be misleading.
How many tenants have been evicted for unpaid rent this year, what are the total arrears as at the 1st of May this year and what proportion of total rent collected does this represent. And please separate in your answer the arrears brought forward and identify the period these brought forward arrears covers.

Yours faithfully,

paul halloran

Yu, Robin: CP-ICT: RBKC,

Dear Mr. Halloran

 

Kensington & Chelsea TMO has forwarded your request to the Council to
respond to.

 

FREEDOM OF INFORMATION REQUEST REF: 2017-0711

 

I am responding to your request under the Freedom of Information Act 2000,
which we received on 30 May 2017, for information held by the Council. You
requested:

 

Your recent publication of Link, the tenant magazine provides a summary of
KCTMO  under How we're doing ", opposite page 6.  The stats under rent
collection although a summary appears to be misleading.

 

How many tenants have been evicted for unpaid rent this year, what are the
total arrears as at the 1st of May this year and what proportion of total
rent collected does this represent. And please separate in your answer the
arrears brought forward and identify the period these brought forward
arrears covers.

 

Evictions for arrears 2016-17: 14

Evictions for arrears 2017-18 (to May end): 1 Arrears at March 2017 end:
£965,759 Arrears at April 2017 end: £954,209 Arrears at April end as
percentage of rent due in year: 1.88%

 

Complaints

 

I trust this has satisfied your request. Should you be unhappy with the
handling of your request, the Council has an internal complaints process
for handling FOIA complaints. Complaints are reviewed by the Chief
Solicitor and Monitoring Officer or her nominee. A form is available from
our website to lodge your complaint
[1]http://www.rbkc.gov.uk/councilanddemocra...
Please contact us if you do not have website access and we can provide you
with a copy of the form. Following this review, should you still be
unhappy with how your information request has been handled, you have a
further right to appeal to the Information Commissioner who is responsible
for ensuring compliance with FOIA.  

 

Yours sincerely

 

Robin Yu

Information Governance and Management Officer

Shared ICT Service

The Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea

The Town Hall, Hornton Street, London W8 7NX

Tel: 020 7938 8226

 

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