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Guidance just out from the Ministry of Housing says councils in particular should take the crisis into account when chasing select licensing fee payments and concentrate on protecting vulnerable tenants. Local councils trying to...
Legal wrangle in court is bad news for two landlords - and many like them - who believe that fines handed down by tribunals are unfairly high given the minor transgressions involved. Landlords hoping...
The tenant fees ban and its five-week cap on deposits does not come in fully for all tenancies until later this year, landlords should note. Government authorised tenancy deposit protection provider mydeposits has reported a...
A new para-legal industry to help tenants chase down errant landlords is gathering pace ahead of the act’s full introduction next month when all tenancies will be covered. Thousands of tenants around the country...
Increasing numbers of landlords are being left out of pocket and facing the wrath of local authorities, building managers and lenders when short-let based guaranteed rent schemes go wrong. An anonymous blogger has...
Following a £15,000 fine a landlord in Harrogate, RLA legal expert David Smith warns landlords to work with local authorities if properties they purchase are sub-standard... or risk a fine. Landlords are being...
The Short Term Accommodation Association makes the comments ahead of this evening's Tonight programme investigation into Airbnb in the UK.
A significant private rented sector player in both London and beyond tells LandlordZONE that he and the fellow landlords are getting fed up with the government's conflicted and increasingly political approach to renting.
Speaking in Parliament today, Esther McVey confirmed that landlords face tougher enforcement as she set out the governments’ latest response to the tragedy. The Government has vowed to hold private landlords to account...
As we move towards the end of 2019, our insurance partner, Hamilton Fraser Total Landlord Insurance would like to take the opportunity to remind landlords of some of the issues they regularly see claims for during the winter months.