A clear message is going out to the small number of Crawley Homes tenants who may be committing tenancy fraud – hand back your keys in July or August and we’ll ask no questions.
Crawley Borough Council is appealing to tenants who may no longer be living in their council property or are sub-letting to give their keys back to the council without fear of prosecution.
The amnesty starts on Wednesday 1 July and any keys handed back mean the council can give homes to some of the many families on the housing register who really need them.
To take advantage of the amnesty, tenants must make sure the property is empty and no one is still living at the address.
The keys can be returned to the Town Hall reception in an envelope with the address clearly written on it – the member of staff will take the keys and ...
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