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Stephanie Toghill, TFF Vice Chair, comments on RBKC and Airbnb social housing fraud initiative

Updated: Aug 29, 2022

Many of you may have already seen the reporting in the media about the Norwich Pharmacal Order obtained by the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea (RBKC) Council, to enable Airbnb to provide them data relating to social housing fraud.

Stephanie Toghill, Tenancy Fraud Forum Vice Chair and RBKC Housing Investigations Manager who also led the action which resulted in the order being obtained said;

“We are really pleased with this result, and it gives social housing providers another method of obtaining data to investigate tenancy fraud and recover even more homes for those who need them.

We are excited to see the effectiveness of this action and how other providers will use it going forward and are encouraged by Airbnb’s desire to help social housing providers to tackle tenancy fraud that may be taking place on their platform.”

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