Late review decisions and homeless appeals

Muloko v Newham LBC, County Court at Central London 6 April 2018 This is from a note of the judgment in June 2018 Legal Action – Housing: Recent Developments. I usually wait a month or two on reporting cases from Legal Action, but I report it now as it has some considerable importance, at least in London, for decisions on what to do about late s.202 reviews. Where a s.204(1)(b) appeal of the original section 184 Housing Act 1996 decision has been issued, after the council failed to make a s.202 review decision in time (s.203(7) and Allocation of Housing and Homeless (Review Procedures) Regulations 1999), what happens if the council then make a s.202 decision? In this case, Ms M had requested a s.202 review of Newham’s decision that she was homeless, but not in priority need. Newham failed to produce a review decision within time (and, I suspect, did not seek an extension from Ms M). Ms M brought a s.204(1)(b) appeal in the county court, which is against the original…

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