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The rent control debate: The government last week published a discussion research document in the House of Commons Library, to help MPs consider the issues. Since the introduction of...
Landlords' Insurance: As a landlord your property is likely to be your biggest asset and you will want to keep it that way. Adequate landlord insurance can mean make or break for a landlord, but the...
Health & Safety: Automated transactional platform operator, PayProp, says the Government's health and safety review is now more important more than ever. The ongoing review of the housing health and safety rating...
Client Money: Client Money Protect becomes the first to gain government approval to operate a CMP Scheme. Client Money Protect, part of the Hamilton Fraser group of...
Landlord Licensing: Rent Smart Wales, a scheme introduced in Wales under the Housing (Wales) Act 2014, processes landlord registrations and grants licences to landlords and letting agents who need to...
HMO Planning: Siddarth Mahajan, a landlord with properties in Barking, Essex has received a 16 month custodial sentence after he fraudulently claimed his newly converted HMOs had actually been in existence since...
Landlord Event: Landlords and exhibitors, visit the annual University of London Landlords’ Forum Monday 18th March 2019, 5-8pm which takes place at Senate House, University of London, WC1E 7HU. Save...
Landlord Licencing: A leading solicitor has criticised Liverpool City Council’s decision to hold a public consultation into renewing its Landlord Licensing scheme for a further five years as the ‘persecution’ of innocent...
Landlords & Tenants: This week reveals some underlying trends that bode well for both landlords and tenants. The latest inflation figures show that The Consumer Prices Index, which includes...
Tenant Fees: Communities Secretary, James Brokenshire, says the new law protects tenants from unfair letting fees and will see their tenancy deposits capped at 5 weeks’ rent. Announcing that...