Impact on Urban Health


Michael Parsons, Portfolio Manager for Housing at Impact on Urban Health said: “We know that living in a poor-quality house with a poor-quality landlord is bad for health, mental and physical. An insecure housing situation impacts all aspects of our health and our ability to maintain employment, education, and manage our lives. 

“We’re excited about working with Marks Out Of Tenancy to see how we can improve health by making conditions in the private rented sector better. Addressing the responsibilities that landlords have to their tenants - and increasing the efficiency of regulatory enforcement – is key to making renting healthier and more secure.”