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Universal Credit is changing

2021 - September, Latest news

The Universal Credit £20-a-week uplift, which was put in place in response to coronavirus in March 2020, will expire at the end of September, the Government has confirmed.

If you are experiencing financial difficulties due to the “uplift” ending, please get in touch.

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It’s really important that you pay your rent on time and we have lots of different ways to pay to help take the stress out of managing your money.

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We always encourage you to tell us straight away if you are experiencing problems paying your rent as there is a range of help available from us.

  • Maximising income
  • Managing debt and money advice
  • Applying for benefits or grants
  • Rent advice

We have recently partnered with Policy in Practice to offer a free and comprehensive benefits calculator accessible through My PA.

It is fully comprehensive, advising on benefit entitlement and additional savings available such as how to access reduced price Wi-Fi, free prescriptions, single persons council tax discount and more. In addition, you can save the results and send these directly to the Tenancy Sustainment Team for further advice and support.

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Our specialist teams are here to support you and provide advice on claiming benefits, maximising income, managing debt and money advice.

Get in touch with our Tenancy Sustainment Team by calling us on 0300 123 2221 or send us an email.

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