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LATEST: Minister confirms plans for huge shake-up of tenancy contracts

A serious shake-up of assured shorthold tenancy (AST) contracts is on the cards when the Renters Reform Bill is published this autumn,...

Mandatory redress scheme membership for landlords WILL happen, says Minister

The government’s housing minister in the Lords has warned private landlords that mandatory membership of a redress scheme is around the corner.

BREAKING: Peers put pressure on government to make renting pet friendly

Peers in the House of Lords have rounded on the government to encourage landlords to be more pet-friendly. Lord...

Peers savage government’s ‘too timid’ Leasehold Reform Bill

The government’s Leasehold Reform Bill making its way through parliament was heavily criticised during its second reading in the Lords yesterday by...

Minister rejects claims of mounting rent arrears, homelessness and struggling courts

Housing Minister Lord Greenhalgh has roundly dismissed fears about rising rent debt, homelessness and an overwhelmed court system. During...

BREAKING: Home Office to bring in unlimited fines for landlords who...

HMO landlords and their managing agents could face unlimited fines following new measures revealed by the Home Office today.

Government: ‘No direct financial support for landlords during Covid’

The government has once again refused to consider a financial support scheme for landlords who are suffering financial hardship due to the...

BREAKING: £30m fund established to pay for fire alarms within at-risk...

The government has intervened once more in the cladding scandal and has established a £30 million fund to pay for the costs...