Labour has today launched a new action plan on animal welfare, which includes a proposal to give tenants the default right to keep pets, unless there is evidence the animal is causing a nuisance. You can read the NLA’s initial response here. Under the 2015 Consumer Rights Act, a landlord should only be refusing permission … Continue reading Discussion: Should tenants have the default right to keep pets?
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In council chambers up and down the country, local politicians will spend the next few weeks standing up and forcefully extolling how active they are in protecting front line services, how unfair central government cuts are, and perhaps most vigorous of all will be their explanation of how they are doing their very best for … Continue reading I predict a riot! The story of local government finance…..
Looking back at the NLA’s 2017 New Year blog, you would be forgiven to think that time stood still for a whole year. In reality, the snap general election called by Theresa May was the equivalent of smashing a big PAUSE button on the work many Government Departments were undertaking. As such, many of the … Continue reading New Year, New Laws – What will 2018 have in store for landlords?
As the year comes to a close, Richard Blanco and his guests discuss the changes in the market over the last few months and look to what’s to come in the New Year. Joining Richard is Sarah Davidson, from This Is Money and the Mail Online, and Chris Norris, Head of Policy at the National … Continue reading Current affairs edition December 2017: Listen now to the NLA’s latest podcast
The Autumn Budget saw Stamp Duty for first time buyers drop to 0% for the first £300,000 and other changes to the property market. But do these changes actually make it easier to get that first step on the property ladder? To discuss the issue, Richard Blanco is joined by Kate Faulkner, MD of Property … Continue reading First foot on the property ladder. Listen now to the NLA’s latest podcast