They feared her, she finally arrived.
At the height of summer, the tenants of Hauts-de-Seine Habitat, the largest landlord in the department, discovered with amazement a new, very concrete consequence of soaring energy prices.
Those who occupy accommodation supplied by collective heating have been informed, via a letter from the social landlord, of a marked increase in provisions for rental charges.
An average increase which would represent, according to the national union of independent tenants (UNLI), an additional hundred euros on each rent receipt.
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