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*BREAKING NEWS* Landlord group stops local authority going ahead with Selective Licensing
13/02/2017
8:49 pm
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PaulBarrett said
Can all LL please pay £1 towards a general fighting fund.

This to go towards a fighting fund for use by any LL group where a council attempts to introduce a barmy scheme.

LL across the country need financial clout to fight legal cases

Surely everyone of the 2.2 million private LL could afford £1 towards such a legal fighting to assist LL anywhere

I will be paying £1 only

I expect 2.2 million other LL to do the same!!

I never thought I’d say this but HEAR HEAR PAUL BARRETT! Cool

25/02/2017
9:23 pm
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Bristol City Council have released the details of how they are going to reduce their deficit. It includes

“Potential expansion of approved licensing schemes
Potential expansion beyond the two licensing schemes in order to
make more privately rented homes meet decent standards. The
staff costs to do this would be funded through the licence fee.
Equality Impact Relevance Check -£95000.”

This is intended to save/earn them £95000. Are they getting around the regulation that licensing should not be profitable by using staff they would otherwise have to lay off?

There’s a document – which includes other issues regarding tenants and landlords at http://news.bristol.gov.uk/_co….._on_firmer

25/02/2017
10:47 pm
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How long before all live in LL letting to tenants or lodgers are required to pay for licensing!?

26/02/2017
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PaulBarrett said
How long before all live in LL letting to tenants or lodgers are required to pay for licensing!?

And the tenants are given more rights than the property owner!

06/03/2017
1:38 pm
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