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Government Immigration plans see lawful tenants refused housing

Government Immigration plans see lawful tenants refused housing

The complexity of the Government’s plans to turn landlords into border police is seeing lawful tenants being refused housing according to the Residential Landlords Association. The warning comes on the day that new research indicates the difficulties caused by the Government’s... more

Equality, Legal and Courts, Tenancies, RLA News, Campaigns - 2015-09-03 05:41:49

Licensing consultations – September & October 2015

Licensing consultations – September & October 2015

The RLA is responding to the following Council’s private landlord licensing consultations: Blackpool; Barnet; and Blackburn. If you are a landlord in these areas, we urge you to take the time and voice your opinions. The following details should help... more

Licensing, North West, London, General News - 2015-09-02 12:02:53

Smoke Alarms & Carbon Monoxide guides and webpage live

Smoke Alarms & Carbon Monoxide guides and webpage live

Under the Deregulation Act, from the 1st October 2015, as approved by Parliament, regulations require smoke alarms and in certain circumstances Carbon Monoxide (CO) alarms to be installed in rented residential accommodation. To prepare for this the RLA has produced... more

Housing Conditions, Investment and Finance, Legal and Courts, Briefings, Campaigns - 2015-09-02 10:56:02

Chairman asks Chancellor – pause for evaluation

RLA Chairman Alan Ward has written to the Chancellor George Osborne to voice the ‘serious concerns’ the Association has about tax change proposals and has asked the Chancellor to ‘pause’ these for further evaluation to be carried out on potential... more

Investment and Finance, Taxation, RLA News, Campaigns - 2015-09-01 13:48:52

Bill Irvine: Universal Credit – Withdrawing entitlement to housing element from 18-21 year olds

Bill Irvine: Universal Credit – Withdrawing entitlement to housing element from 18-21 year olds

RLA trainer, and housing benefits expert Bill Irvine, returns with his Universal Credit column for private landlords housing benefit tenants. The change in benefit for 18-21 year olds is set to come in from April 2017, but landlords with tenants... more

Social Welfare, Tenancies, Comment, General News - 2015-09-01 11:18:34

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