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Nuneaton & Bedworth Borough Council
Council House
Coton Road
Nuneaton
Warwickshire
CV11 5AA

http://www.nuneatonandbedworth.gov.uk

Contact Details

Main Contact
T: 024 7637 6376
E: landlordforum@nuneatonandbedworth.gov.uk
Landlord Forum T: 024 7637 6300
E: landlordforum@nuneatonandbedworth.gov.uk
Private Sector Housing T: 024 7637 6376
E: env.housing@nuneatonandbedworth.gov.uk
Landlord Information E: www.nuneatonandbedworth.gov.uk/landlords
Nuneaton & Bedworth Borough Council

Local Events

  Event
  Training
  Meeting
  Exhibition
DescriptionDateLocation
Property Tax Course08/10/2014West Midlands
Capital Gains Tax09/10/2014West Midlands
Sheffield Selective Licensing Course11/10/2014West Midlands
Local Housing Allowance29/10/2014West Midlands
Principles of Lettings24/11/2014West Midlands

Local and National News

Leicester Article 4 implementation

Leicester Article 4 implementation

Last year the RLA reported potential changes to planning in Leicester for land owners. Article 4 direction requires landowners to seek permission when making changes to a single ‘dwellinghouse’ into a HMO. The changes come into force in August.Last year the RLA provided a consultation response against proposals for the introduction of Article 4 Directions, Leicester City Council has decided to proceed with proposals. The measures come into force on 20thAugust 2014. For more detailed information and contact details... more

East Midlands - 2014-07-09 15:33:28

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

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

Boston: licensing proposals scrapped

Boston: licensing proposals scrapped

Boston Borough Council has become the most recent example to reject proposals for landlord licensing proposed in October 2013. The RLA provided a consultation response outlining arguments against the measures.Boston Borough council considered selective and additional HMO licensing for private landlords in the area. You can view/download the RLA response to Boston council’s licensing proposals here:Boston Licensing Consultation_RLA response. Boston Borough Council is instead focussing on working with landlords, rather than licensing them, to help improve standards and conditions within the private rented sector.... more

East Midlands - 2014-05-13 15:38:08

RLA sponsor Landlord Law Conference 2014

RLA sponsor Landlord Law Conference 2014

On 28thMarch the RLA will be attending the Landlord Law Conference as sponsor and will also have a stand. The event brings a variety of seminars with solicitors and other legal experts speaking on topics that they know best.Tessa Shepperson of Landlord Lawis helping to organise the event and was very welcoming of the RLA to the conference. Tessa is a lawyer specialising in residential landlord and tenant law. She has been running the Landlord Law website for 12 years, a... more

East Midlands - 2014-02-18 11:06:35

Northampton additional HMO licensing consultation response

Northampton additional HMO licensing consultation response

The RLA has recently responded to a consultation from Northampton Borough Council regarding additional licensing for HMOs in the borough.Additional licensing for HMOs in the borough is proposed under the guise of several arguments by the Council. The RLA responded to these proposals by arguing that locally: Licensing willnotencourage good management: The council already has 100 laws and 400 regulations at their disposal for regulating housing conditions within the sector. Private landlords are not responsible for the anti-social behaviour (ASB) of their tenants. The potential of landlords to relocate to... more

East Midlands - 2014-02-12 13:58:50