Holiday season is in full swing, and with so many Britons leaving the country for a summer break abroad, plenty of households will be going unoccupied and empty for weeks at a time. It’s essential to ensure that all of your domestic appliances are safe, especially before jetting off on your hols, so that you … Continue reading Tenants going away for the Summer? Here’s what to consider…
New energy efficiency laws are coming into effect over the next few years that will affect private landlords and their ability to let their properties. The Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy is looking for your views to ensure one key aspect, the exemptions register, is designed with landlords’ needs in mind. Click here … Continue reading Have Your Say: Landlords’ views needed for energy efficiency regulations.
Last month’s Queen’s Speech saw the promise of a draft Bill to enact the ban on letting fees to tenants. Although, with more than 4,700 responses to the consultation on the ban which will inform the content of that draft Bill, the Government may take a bit of time getting it written and published. While … Continue reading Theresa Maybe – PRS Regulations left up in the air?
A lot can happen in one month, and since the General Election last June, there has been plenty to keep the newspapers occupied (from positive, horrific, and downright bizarre). On a new episode of the NLA podcast, Richard Blanco is joined by property journalist Sarah Davidson of the Mail Online and Chris Norris, Head of … Continue reading What might you learn by living in one of your rental properties for a week?
Following a less than successful election for the returning Prime Minister, the build up to the Queen’s Speech seemed to be focussed on identifying what manifesto policies would actually survive the inevitable cull to improve its chances of being passed. One thing not to be dropped was the Government’s pledge to ban all letting fees … Continue reading Government to Ban Tenants with Pets?