This survey is intended for organisations who come into contact with individuals experiencing housing, discrimination or immigration issues, for example by providing front-line advice and assistance or undertaking campaigning or lobbying work. 

The survey is to help us to understand how the 'right to rent' scheme, which requires landlords and agents to check the immigration status of prospective tenants, is operating on the ground, as well as its impact on individuals within the private rental sector. The deadline for responses is 31 December 2016. 

We also have surveys aimed at tenants and landlords. If you have tenants and landlords in your network, please share these surveys with them.

Survey for tenants: 
Survey for landlords:

For more information about the scheme (background, requirements and preparation), you can download our guides for tenants and advisers on the JCWI website. 

If you have any questions, please email or call 0207 553 7457

* 1. Which areas of work does your organisation undertake? (Please select all that apply):

* 2. Are you responding to this survey as an individual (e.g. adviser/caseworker) or on behalf of your organisation?

* 3. What is your role/position?

* 4. What issues does your organisation cover? (Please select all that apply):

* 5. Which group(s) does your organisation represent or work on behalf of? (Please select all that apply):

* 6. Where does your organisation operate?

* 7. Do you feel that the 'right to rent' scheme has affected your service users?

* 8. Which, if any, of the following groups have been affected by the 'right to rent' scheme? (Please select all that apply)

* 9. How have your service users been affected by the 'right to rent' scheme?

* 10. Have your service users expressed any of the following complaints in relation to the operation of 'right to rent' checks?

* 11. Please provide further details of any complaints expressed by your service users in relation to the operation of the 'right to rent' checks:

* 12. If your service users have not expressed any of the above complaints, what do you think is the reason for this?

* 13. Since the 'right to rent' scheme came into force nationwide in England from 1 February 2016, have you noticed an increase of any of the following:

* 14. Have you noticed any improvements in the following areas since the introduction of the 'right to rent' scheme in your area?

* 15. If you have noticed any other changes since 1 February 2016 that you believe may be related to the 'right to rent' scheme, please state them here:

* 16. If you have any further views or comments in relation to the operation of the 'right to rent' scheme, please outline them here:

* 17. If you are happy for us to contact you for further information, or to provide you with updated on the 'right to rent' scheme, please enter your details below: