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?
Category: scotland, northern ireland and wales
As of 1st December 2017 no landlord in Scotland will be able to create a new Short Assured Tenancy. Instead the new default private tenancy will be the Private Residential Tenancy, no doubt from this point on to be known as the ‘PRT’. The new three letter initialism is but the tip of the Scottish … Continue reading ‘No-fault’ possession comes to an end in Scotland!
The momentous decision on 23rd June has altered British politics not just in the membership of the European Union, but also the existence of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland. At time of writing three political parties are discussing new leaders, the nationalists in Scotland are trying to work out wither they … Continue reading Politics be damned … life goes on
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?
A lot of change is happening in Wales this year, and it is important that landlords stay up to date. Below are the main issues of which members with property in Wales should be aware. Rent Smart Wales Rent Smart Wales is the mandatory landlord and letting agent registration and licensing scheme launched on 23 … Continue reading Wales – The PRS in 2016 and Beyond