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BREAKING: Wales extends period during which landlords must give six months’...

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The Welsh government has used its existing emergency Coronavirus powers to extend the period during which landlords must give six months’ notice...

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.

BREAKING: Welsh landlords outraged over sudden 1% hike in stamp duty

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The Welsh government has caused outrage among landlords after it today significantly hiked their tax bill when buying both residential and commercial...

LATEST: Wales announces blanket ban on evictions over Christmas

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The Welsh government has called a ‘winter truce’ by announcing a blanket ban on evictions until 11th January to protect public health...

LATEST: Welsh NRLA launches election manifesto demanding fairer treatment of landlords

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Welsh landlords have launched their manifesto ahead of next year’s Senedd national elections calling on its government to treat treat landlords more...

Not enough proof of public support for six-month notice period in...

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A Welsh cross-party Senedd committee has criticised the country’s housing minister Julie James for her amendment to the Renting Homes (Wales) Act...

LATEST: Political pressure grows in Wales to ban Airbnb

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Another Welsh politician has waded into the debate over the proliferation of Airbnbs in the country, calling for them to be banned.

Stop slamming landlords and give them some help, says leading Conservative

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Many landlords feel that every politician in the land is clamouring for the tenant vote at the moment, including many senior Conservative...

Welsh housing market to partially re-open on Monday

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The Welsh government has revealed that it is to relax the housing market lockdown. In a statement released at...

New Welsh rules on holding deposits went live today

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Landlords now face having to draw up a lengthy list of 'specified information' for prospective tenants before they can legitimately ask them for a holding deposit.