A landlord in Netherley, Liverpool is holding a regular employment advice service in order to help tenants find a way back into work, which will consequently allow them to afford rent payments.

Riverside is hosting the two-hour gatherings every Wednesday morning and is also providing tenants with the opportunity to ask about landlord rent issues on Wednesday afternoons.

The advisory service has become particularly significant this week as the Office for National Statistics announced that unemployment in the UK grew to 2.47 million in the three months to July.

Community engagement officer at Riverside Jackie Lowther said: "We are keen to help people who are having problems paying their rent before their situation reaches crisis point."

She added that people with landlord rent problems should get in touch with the service instantly, as this may help avoid evictions, as well as give tenants a chance to learn about successful budgeting.

Written by Claire Doyle

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