November 30th, 2020 by James Goudie KC

Has a local authority’s main housing duty ceased? Had they made a “ final offer of accommodation” by making a nomination to a housing association? No, says the Court of Appeal in Nikolaeva v Redbridge LBC (2020) EWCA Civ 1586. It might never give rise to the provision of accommodation.

The Court observes that it is essential that review decisions are concise where possible, contain an accurate record of the relevant facts, and are structured in a way which enables the reader easily to follow the conclusions which have been reached and the reasons for those conclusions.

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