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Nigel Lewis

Nigel Lewis
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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
A pioneering British aerial photography firm says its high-resolution image service is revolutionising housing sector enforcement of HMOs, beds in sheds and other private rented sector issues. Leicestershire firm Bluesky says its high-resolution 3D...
A landlord has launched what she believes to be the ideal solution to the impasse between landlords who won’t take tenants with pets, and the estimated 7.6 million tenants in the UK who want to live with...
The government has announced the final details of the Right to Rent changes coming in on July 1st when EU citizens will no longer have an automatic right to rent a home in the UK.
New plans to extend emergency legislation in Scotland could include measures to prevent evictions. The current ban on the enforcement of eviction orders in Scotland has already been extended to 30th September to protect...
Labour has called on parliament to back its new plans to make Landlords asking for ‘sex in lieu of rent’ a specific offence. The proposal, which was first published within the party’s Green Paper...
Landlords who have been waiting to get a fresh fix of their favourite property TV programme Nightmare Tenants starring Paul Shamplina need delay no longer. After a brief pause, the 12-part series called Evicted!...
Landlords believe the government’s rent payment packaged for private tenants is not fit for purpose and is a failed system, MPs have been told. The comments were made via video link by NRLA chief...
A rogue property developer who conned investors out of £13 million through a Ponzi scheme has been disqualified from being a company director. Mitchell Mallin, 34, from Chelmsford, ran Essex and London Properties Limited,...
Airbnb is calling for a national register for the short-term lets sector following its nationwide consultation involving tourism bosses and local community leaders. The ‘white paper’ suggests operators should have a registration number from...
Nearly a fifth of landlords have lost tenants directly due to the government’s new low deposit mortgage scheme, according to the latest National Landlord Index. The survey quizzed 200 landlords, 17% of whom were...