Thursday 5th May – the first electoral test for Cameron and Corbyn following 363 days of the first Conservative majority government since the ‘90s. While the elections taking place are local in nature, recent polling of our members has thrown up some interesting results when compared with one carried out prior to the general election … Continue reading Does anybody want the landlord vote?
This week saw the launch of two more manifestos from London Mayoral hopefuls: Lib Dem Caroline Pidgeon AM, and the Greens’ Sian Berry. Time to delve in to the PRS policies of some more (albeit less likely) contenders. Catch the Pidgeon Compared to the other candidates, some of Caroline Pidgeon’s policies are quite tame. … Continue reading Deposits at risk: Green and Lib Dem tackle the PRS in London
The NLA fear London landlords will be in for a major shake-up whoever is elected. In his newly launched Housing Manifesto, Conservative Mayoral candidate Zac Goldsmith outlines his plans to “move away from the amateur buy-to-let model” and “make way for a more professional approach”. You can read his Housing Manifesto here. The future’s now. … Continue reading Zac Attack!
Sadiq Khan has fired the starting pistol in the race to become London’s next mayor by being the first to publish an election manifesto. I’d recommend that any landlords living, or letting property in the Capital download a copy at: http://www.sadiq.london/homes_for_londoners_manifesto Before I lose the interest of all those readers outside of the M25 (who … Continue reading Race for London 2016 – Sadiq Khan