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Minister says ‘substantial rent arrears’ evictions rule will stay at six...

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Housing minister Christopher Pincher has confirmed that the government won’t amend the definition of ‘substantial arrears’ back to nine months.

Breathing Space scheme: Landlords with ‘problem debt’ tenants face new hurdles...

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Landlords face more eviction hurdles after May 4th when a government scheme to protect people who have 'problem debt' comes into force.

EXCLUSIVE: Rent Smart Wales rebuffs NRLA criticism of its performance

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Landlord registration and licencing authority Rent Smart Wales has rebutted criticism of its performance contained within a report published by the National...

As a new lockdown hits landlords need support now more than...

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With new figures showing more than half landlords have lost income as a result of Covid-19, we are renewing calls for a...

Entire housing sector backs UPRNs in open letter to housing secretary

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An open letter from 53 organisations operating within the housing market has been published calling on the government to roll-out Unique Property...

BREAKING: NRLA report into ‘unaccountable’ Rent Smart Wales reveals range of...

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Landlords have slammed the registration and licensing authority that regulates the private rented sector in Wales, taking the organisation to task for...

BREAKING: Government extends evictions ban for another six weeks

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The government has announced a further extension of the eviction ban for at least six weeks until 21st February, at which point...

‘The landlord trap is never ending’

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Following the announcement of another national lockdown, founder of Landlord Action, Paul Shamplina, says there is no end in sight for desperate...

Government relaxes rules for Green Homes Grant subbies

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The English government has executed a minor U-turn on its Green Home Grants Scheme and re-framed the requirement for sub-contractors to be...

Latest selective licensing scheme is ‘unaffordable and unfair’ say landlords

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South Tyneside landlords have slammed their council’s new selective licensing scheme, labelling it a money-making exercise that’s unaffordable and unfair.