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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
Cabinet Office has yet to announce who her successor will be as the horse trading continue within No.10. Barely seven months into the job, Housing Minister Esther McVey has been unceremoniously dumped by Boris...
Sian Berry wants the capital to be the testing ground for English rent controls before similar schemes are rolled out elsewhere. A Green Party Mayor of London would freeze rent in the capital as...
The number of rentals taking place every year is down by 30% on the 2014 high of 1.7 million moves, market data shows. Rental market activity is continuing to shrink in England as government...
All the major landlord groups have told LandlordZONE that their members are furious over plans to extend the minimum tenancy notice period from two to six months. Despairing Welsh landlords are threatening to quit...
London Borough of Brent is latest council to get tough with landlords who don’t register their properties within Selective Licensing scheme areas. A landlord in London is the latest to be fined for renting...
An amendment to the looming Renting Homes (Wales) Act will, if passed by the Welsh Assembly, triple the notice period a tenant must be given to six months. The Welsh Assembly has dropped a...
Government response to parliamentary written question reveals ministers still have no idea how many people are on it. The government has admitted that it has no idea how many people are listed within its much-heralded...
Oadby and Wigston Bor­ough Coun­cil says its new scheme will include 90 streets and rake in £504,000 to fund the scheme. Landlords in Leicestershire are calling on their local council to rethink a major...
A survey of 1,800 tenants found that 13% had been told wrongly by their landlord or letting agent that they couldn’t switch utility providers. More than one in 10 private renters have been...
As the latest MEES rating deadline approaches, LandlordZONE talks to one organisation trying to help landlords struggling to upgrade their homes. The Green Deal started out well but cost UK taxpayers £240 million despite...