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NLA say “Private landlords invested £20bn in property to provide much needed housing”

07 July, 20140 Comments
“Speaking to a seminar of local government housing professionals at the New Local Government Network considering how local authorities can influence the PRS, chief executive officer Richard Lambert, COE of National Landlords Association, challenged local authorities over the quality of the research that underpinned their policies. He said that too often council policy documents betrayed
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The South West’s Biggest Landlord Expo | 3rd April 2014 | Stand 82

24 March, 20140 Comments
Reasons To Attend The South West’s Biggest Landlord Expo – Click here. Don’t forget to visit the Landlord Referencing stand (at Stand 82), where Paul and Samii will be happy to answer any questions or queries about LandlordReferencing.co.uk. Tenant Referencing is one of the most important things a Landlord or Letting Agent should do before
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BREAKING NEWS: Tenant register and tenant referencing now a legal requirement…

11 December, 20130 Comments
…In 2031! But what if? And why not? What with landlords in Scotland already having a national register of landlords, ongoing debates regarding the introduction of a mandatory registration and licensing scheme in Wales – how long is it going to be before we see this introduced in England? Is this really about fairness and
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Liverpool licensing plans could increase costs for good tenants

22 November, 20130 Comments
Today the Mayoral Cabinet for Liverpool will be asked to approve plans for a 12 week independent consultation to begin, over the introduction of the first citywide licensing scheme for private landlords. In a bid to drive up the quality of private rented properties this would mean that all property owners who rent out accommodation
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Licensing plans could increase costs for good tenants

21 October, 20130 Comments
As a Lincolnshire council plans to introduce a licensing system for landlords to crack down on anti-social tenants, the NLA has voiced their concerns that it could put up costs for good tenants. Boston Borough Council believe that the licences, which could cost upwards of £490, will help tackle disruption and low-quality housing. They also
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Landlords are ‘not an extension of the Border Agency’

23 September, 20130 Comments
Following announcements in July, that landlords would face fines of up to £3,000 if they failed to determine whether a tenant’s immigration documents are genuine or not, Ministers are now arguing that landlords are ‘not an extension of the Border Agency.’ The consultation document suggested that it would affect 1.4million private landlords,  stating that “Landlords
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