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DHP for removal costs

Dawnie - 18/08/2017

Housing Dept secured an arrangement with a 'man with a van' and we ask people to use him ...

Universal Credit, Benefit Cap, APA, DHP case study

JonnyC - 18/08/2017

Yes; it is a very hard cap when applied to UC

If there is a housing cost element within ...

Universal Credit, Benefit Cap, APA, DHP case study

Joe Dunn - 18/08/2017

so they can in effective reduce the money needed to care for her and her 5 children?

co ...

Universal Credit & Benefit Cap Reduction

Joe Dunn - 18/08/2017

hello,  thank you for the response.  So as the APA is in place Universal Credit are kno ...

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