Hi ALexThe main thing I wanted to know about my rights to travel and wheher thecoucil has the right to charge the full price for the overpriced , shabbyaccomodation.I was evicted even from cheaper one. I live with my 19 yearold son who is a student and this is our only income. I wrote you about myhaving to sign and so on...I did not tell you before that I was unlawfullyevicted from thi accommodation and all my belongings seised for 49 days.But this is a long story.... I just need to know about paying fuul rentand registeringRegardsLoreta
Then a question:
What does it mean: '... the people with low income are eligible for housing benefit'. How many or how little should I earn a week, month, year, that I would be eligible or nor eligible for support at renting of housing or in my case paying for expensive, shabby B&B, that is rented by Newham Council from private company?
Newham council simply stops paying housing benefit and requires that I pay full amount for B&B-accommodation because I started to work and have some income enough to pay weekly rent of &252. They don't care, that the income average is only approx £400 and the rest of it remains only £150 for me and my son-student to pay for gas electricity and our sustenance. Councils officers do state obstinate that I will be not eligible for housings benefit even if I earn £300 a week and pay full amount for B&B.