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Nigel Lewis is a property writer and editor with a 27-year track record working for national newspapers, magazines, websites and also leading content media agencies and portals. nigellewis67@gmail.com
Landlords and second-home owners have been told to pay council tax if they can’t prove that their properties are genuine holiday lets after the government announced it was closing a tax loophole. Some owners...
Housing secretary Michael Gove has revealed that landlords will not be included in the cladding remediation fund initiative for affected residential tower leaseholders announced this week. A hint of this was given in the...
The Welsh government has widened its £10 million Tenancy Hardship Grant scheme to include all tenants renting privately or socially who have built up rent arrears during the pandemic. Announced in July last year,...
A rogue landlord has been ordered to pay more than £64,000 for illegally converting an HMO in Barking and then ignoring a planning enforcement notice.Sumon Miah, of Mortimer Terrace, Highgate, was found guilty of the offences at...
Peers have approved tougher laws to help police prosecute landlords who offer sex for rent. During a House of Lords debate, Labour’s Lord Ponsonby (pictured) said the current law...
Developer Avanton has launched its first 20 build-to-rent apartments in London, heralding a major expansion that will see it build hundreds more across the capital. The luxury furnished two-bedroom apartments at the 23-storey Coda block...
The Welsh government is to go live with its controversial Renting Homes Wales Act on 15th July this year despite calls by landlords to ensure that it is ‘fit for purpose’. Described by the...
A platform that helps private landlords operate their portfolios via a limited company has expanded its operations into Scotland, enabling it to claim to offer its service across two of the UK's key property investment markets.
Energy technology firm Sero has been given a multi-million-pound cash injection to develop products and services to help landlords and building societies provide low carbon solutions for new-build and existing homes. Cardiff-based Sero aims...
LandlordZONE sits down with one of London’s most prolific but little-known landlords who has spent 30 years amassing a huge portfolio in the East End and West End areas of the capital. For reasons...