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EXCLUSIVE: The country is facing an adapted properties crisis – could...

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NRLA chief executive Ben Beadle on the association’s new guidance showing landlords the role they can play in supporting the UK’s ageing...

Step away from ‘disastrous’ rent controls campaign, landlords urge Sadiq Khan

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Landlords have heavily criticised London mayor Sadiq Khan’s latest ‘disastrous’ plans to introduce rent controls in the capital, claiming they would leave...

‘Rent controls like socialism are doomed to failure’ says leading economist

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A political economist has compared rent controls to socialism and insists they are always doomed to failure. Sadiq Khan...

Landlords call for interest-free hardship loans to tenants with rent arrears

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The NRLA has called on Ministers to tackle the UK’s mounting rent arrears debt mountain after Boris Johnson last night revealed his...

BREAKING: Evictions ban in Wales extended until end of June, reveals...

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The Welsh government is to extend its existing evictions ban past March 31st and on until the end of June.

Welsh government must ‘get a grip’ on rent arrears crisis, warns...

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NRLA chief Ben Beadle has called on the Welsh government (main pic) to ‘get a grip’ on the rent arrears crisis threatening...

EXCLUSIVE BLOG: Rental supply crisis looming without support

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Tenants could struggle to find a home as landlords sell up as a result of the Covid-19 crisis. The National...

BREAKING: Housing minister announces ANOTHER six-week bailiff evictions ban

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The ongoing ban on bailiff evictions due to end on 21st February is to be extended for a further six weeks until...

BREAKING: Government data shows Covid evictions tsunami has not happened

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Warnings by many tenant charities that there would be a surge of evictions following the partial lifting of the repossessions ban in...

BREAKING: ‘Scrap the 3% second-home stamp duty levy’, landlords tell Chancellor

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Landlords have called on the Chancellor to remove the 3% additional stamp duty they pay on property purchases in his next budget...