13.4 C
London
Monday, August 19, 2019
Home Authors Posts by LandlordZONE

LandlordZONE

LandlordZONE
4091 POSTS 4 COMMENTS
LandlordZONE® the UK's leading landlord website. Providing news, advice, legal comment and insight for the property industry since 1999.
Building racial equality in Britain's housing market 02 October 2006 The Commission for Racial Equality today launched its new statutory code of practice on racial equality in housing - a toolkit to eliminate racism from the housing market. The code, which...
RICS housing market survey May 2006 - July 2006 Tenant demand and rental levels accelerated in the quarter to July, driven by a strong economy, declining accessibility and immigration from EU accession countries, says RICS (Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors),...
All over the country, parents are anxiously studying the small ads in the hope of finding a suitable flat for their student sons and daughters. While flying the nest is a big adventure for school-leavers, funding their new lifestyle...
Letting property seems a great investment idea (it is if you get it right) and lots of new landlords have recently jumped on the band wagon very much encouraged by all those TV programmes and sometimes by investment advisors...
Local Councillors are concerned that current legislation prevents them from making representations in their own right when licensing applications are considered. This was the message delivered by Chelmsford Borough Council during a debate at the Local Government Association Conference...
DCLG News Release 2006/0036, 23 June 2006 Tenancy Deposit Protection (TDP) is another step in the Government’s determination to improve conditions in the private rented sector. The responses to the Government’s Consultation on how the TDP arrangements will operate have...
DCLG News Release 2006/0028 14 June 2006 Energy ratings similar to consumer-friendly fridge ratings will have to be produced for every home bought and sold in England and Wales from next June, the Government announced today. Housing Minister Yvette Cooper today...
28 June, 2006 The National Approved Letting Scheme (NALS) has welcomed the publication of the outcomes of the Tenancy Deposit Scheme Consultation exercise by the Department of Communities and Local Government (DCLG) and confirmation that the date of commencement for...
Twelve years of hell is resolved in just five months after Landlord Action is called in. LANDLORDS get a terrible press. They’re seen as the bad guys, the enforcers; but what about when tenants turn bad? Tenants From Hell (ITV Thursday...
April and May this year brought a flood of new legislation and regulation to perplex private landlords, say Leaders, the Letting Agents. First came a requirement to register all Houses in Multiple Occupation, HMOs with the Local Authority and to...