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Durham police relaxed cannabis policy may impact landlords

Durham police relaxed cannabis policy may impact landlords

‘Grow cannabis – we won’t arrest you’ say Durham Police in news articles across the internet, but will this light touch approach cost landlords? Durham police want to focus on bigger offenders, but growing cannabis can cause major problems for... more

Housing Conditions, Legal and Courts, Briefings, North East, General News - 2015-07-27 10:37:13

Green Deal is finished – what next for landlords?

Green Deal is finished – what next for landlords?

On Thursday 23rd July 2015 the Secretary of State for Energy and Climate, Amber Rudd,  announced the end of funding to the Green Deal Finance Company effectively ending the Green Deal. With the Landlord Energy Saving Allowance (LESA) scrapped, an adverse... more

Energy and Environment, Housing Conditions, Investment and Finance, General News - 2015-07-24 13:57:52

Leading Lawyer is new RLA Policy Chief

Leading Lawyer is new RLA Policy Chief

The Residential Landlords Association (RLA) has appointed leading housing lawyer, David Smith, as its new policy director.  He succeeds respected and long-standing RLA board member Richard Jones, who will continue as company secretary. David specialises in landlord and tenant law, particularly in... more

Legal and Courts, RLA News - 2015-07-21 12:24:28

Sheffield enforce their powers to improve private renting

Sheffield enforce their powers to improve private renting

Sheffield City Council has fined 11 letting agents for failing to comply with compulsory redress scheme requirements. The legislation was introduced in October 2014, and Sheffield Council is the one authority outside of London to make use of these powers... more

Legal and Courts, Licensing, Yorkshire & the Humber, Regulation and Accreditation, General News - 2015-07-21 11:30:34

65% of landlords considering rent rises following budget

65% of landlords considering rent rises following budget

New research undermines the Government’s case that its changes to the way landlords are taxed will not increase rents. Interim findings from a survey of landlords by the Residential Landlords Association (RLA) has found that 65% are now considering increasing rents... more

Housing Conditions, Investment and Finance, Taxation, Tenancies, General News - 2015-07-21 08:23:40

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