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The Private Rented Sector: “Looking back on the last decade, it’s safe to say that the landscape of landlording has changed significantly. Although no one can predict what...
Leasehold reform: The Law Commission of England and Wales has published a new report outlining the options to simplify the rules for leaseholds and reduce the cost to leaseholders when they buy the freehold or extend the...
Universal Credit: Landlords are unable to identify payments for Universal Credit tenants due to changes in DWP system. Caridon Landlord Solutions is calling on The Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) to urgently address...
Article 4 direction: Birmingham City Council is introducing a city-wide direction for houses in multiple occupation (HMOs) from 8 June 2020. An Article 4 planning direction means that planning approval will be required for the...
London’s leading property developer, Galliard Homes, are pleased to announce their new partnership with LandlordZONE, a free open-access website for landlords and agents involved in letting property. Galliard Homes will now act as LandlordZONE’s official buy to...
Self-Assessment: It’s that time of year again and the tax return deadline looms. If you’re organised and you have all your paperwork in order, then completing your own tax return or sending off an organised file to...
Universal Credit: The government has issued a new comprehensive guide to Universal Credit (UC) as it applies to rented housing, specifically for landlords. The guide provides private and social housing...
Housing Benefit: The housing charity Crisis is calling on the government to increase Local Housing Allowance (LHA) levels which thousand of tenants reply on for rent payments. The austerity freeze on...
Rogue Landlords: The government has confirmed that additional funding is being made available to councils to tackle the menace of rogue landlords. The Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government (MHCLG) says that over £4 million is the...
Pets in rentals: The new government is to bring forward a bill to revolutionise the relationship between tenants and landlords. The Section 21 no-fault eviction system is to be abolished, a Lifetime Deposit scheme will be introduced,...