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Ben Beadle is chief executive of the National Residential Landlords Association (NRLA), the UK’s largest trade body for landlords. A landlord himself since the age of 20, Ben started out as property manager before working his way up through the ranks at Tenancy Deposit Scheme. He was then Operations Director at property management business Touchstone before overseeing the merger of the National Residential Landlords Association (NLA) and Residential Landlords Association (RLA) to create the new trade body earlier this year. His key aims as head of the organisation are to strengthen the voice of landlords in Westminster and Cardiff, to improve the reputation of landlords in the media and to support members through information, training and accreditation.
Restrictions affecting landlords are set to be eased next month. Increased notice periods when it comes to repossessions and a ban on enforcement action in all but the most serious of cases were introduced...
NRLA chief executive Ben Beadle on the association’s new guidance showing landlords the role they can play in supporting the UK’s ageing population and disabled renters Could you provide...
Tenants could struggle to find a home as landlords sell up as a result of the Covid-19 crisis. The National Residential Landlords Association (NRLA) has warned a supply crisis is looming without a financial package...
With new figures showing more than half landlords have lost income as a result of Covid-19, we are renewing calls for a financial commitment from Government to help the sector. New data from our...
While Covid-19 has dominated all our lives since the start of the year the Government is expected to push ahead with its plans for reform the PRS as we enter 2021.   Plans to abolish...
As the Covid-19 pandemic dominates our lives it's difficult to look beyond the immediate future. But life and lettings go on including the government's recent unveiling of dramatic energy efficiency targets for landlords.  Plans...
Since the outset of the pandemic the vast majority of landlords have done all they can to support their tenants, going above and beyond to keep them in their homes, often at a cost to themselves.
Life in lockdown has been difficult for us all and with universities across the country closing their doors, it has been especially challenging for student landlords. For many of you, used to the annual...