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Principles of Lettings24/11/2014West Midlands
Immigration and Right to Rent26/11/2014West Midlands
Immigration and Right to Rent04/12/2014West Midlands

Local and National News

Right to rent: Home Office help

Right to rent: Home Office help

Proposals for landlords to check their tenants ‘right to rent’ have progressed to the stage of a pilot area being designated and the scheme will take place from 1stDecember. The Home Office website has created various webpages and guiding documents to support landlords.If your property is in Birmingham, Dudley, Sandwell, Walsall, or Wolverhampton, you can use the ‘Right to rent tool’. The tool will help you to determine: If your property will be affected How to carry out a right to rent check yourself When and how to request an... more

West Midlands - 2014-09-17 15:32:54

Immigration: pilot area decided

Immigration: pilot area decided

Birmingham and the West Midlands will be the areas to pilot the Government’s scheme that requires private landlords to check the immigration status of their tenants. The pilot scheme will commence on 1st December this year.Greater West Midlands, including Birmingham, Walsall, Sandwell, Dudley and Wolverhampton (but not Coventry and Solihull), will all ‘host’ the pilot scheme.  The proposals are intended to make it harder for illegal immigrants to rent accommodation and failure to comply could see landlords fined up to £1,000 for an initial breach and £3,000 for... more

West Midlands - 2014-09-03 13:16:56

Sandwell council reject Selective Licensing

Sandwell council reject Selective Licensing

Sandwell Council have concluded their consultation on proposals to implement Selective Licensing with a decision to not move ahead with the scheme. Private landlords will be pleased with this news, but should continue to ensure professional service, proper care of properties, and to be aware of future efforts by the council.Sandwell Council state in their press release: “The move comes after a consultation on a proposed selective licensing scheme for private landlords not taking appropriate action to resolve problems.” Councillor Ian Jones has said... more

West Midlands - 2014-08-28 11:13:43

RPI: Selective Licensing update

RPI: Selective Licensing update

Councils around the country have taken different views on the issue of licensing. The RLA bi-monthly member magazine Residential Property Investor (RPI) investigates. Liverpool, London Boroughs, Sandwell in the West Midlands, Milton Keynes, Nottingham and Boston in the East Midlands, Blackburn and Bristol in England and Wales are all discussed.The London borough of Newham’s landlord licensing scheme was a first, in that it took in all private rented properties across the borough. The blanket ban came into effect on January 1, 2013, and has proved something of a template... more

West Midlands - 2014-05-30 08:53:19

RLA Events: March update

RLA Events: March update

Over the past few weeks the RLA have attended a number of landlord conferences, meetings, and expos to talk directly to landlords and private rented sector (PRS) professionals. The RLA events team has barely set foot in the office, but we’ve managed to get a synopsis of recent goings-on. London, Birmingam and Bury St Edmunds all get a closer look.Members of the RLA enjoy an incredible range of services and products, and the RLA strives to make the lives for landlords easier in every way possible. Attending conferences... more

West Midlands - 2014-04-03 09:06:43