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E: landlordforum@nuneatonandbedworth.gov.uk
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E: landlordforum@nuneatonandbedworth.gov.uk
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Local Events

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DescriptionDateLocation
Property Tax Course05/06/2014West Midlands
Property Repairs Course19/06/2014West Midlands
The Complete Lettings Agents Course19/06/2014West Midlands
Green Deal Workshop30/09/2014West Midlands
Property Tax Course08/10/2014West Midlands

Local and National News

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

RLA responds to Boston additional HMO licensing and selective licensing consultation

RLA responds to Boston additional HMO licensing and selective licensing consultation

The RLA has registered its objections to Boston’s proposals to implement two borough-wide landlord licensing schemes, following a consultation by the local authority.The schemes would see every landlord require a licence for every property they owned, and every HMO property require a licence for rent. The RLA has several areas of concern in regards to licensing, including; Licensing entails a huge bureaucracy and much time, effort and expense is taken up in setting up and administering these schemes; rather than spending it on the ground and flushing out criminal landlords. Increasingly,... more

East Midlands - 2014-02-03 16:37:31

RLA publishes local housing allowance table guide 2014/15

RLA publishes local housing allowance table guide 2014/15

Landlords can now view the 2014/15 Local Housing Allowance (LHA) rates for every local authority, thanks to the Residential Landlords' Association.The RLA guideexplains what LHA is, and a table is provided to outline the housing benefit rates that landlords can expect for the forthcoming financial year for tenants in receipt of them. The rates come into effect on the 1st April 2014. [button href="http://www.rla.org.uk/landlord/guides/local_housing_allowance_rates.shtml" align="left"]Read the guide now[/button] Contrary to a recent private landlord coming out and claiming that they would be dropping their housing... more

East Midlands - 2014-01-31 16:47:27

RLA joins housing partners to warn exclusions in Water Bill could leave millions without affordable flood insurance

RLA joins housing partners to warn exclusions in Water Bill could leave millions without affordable flood insurance

TheResidential Landlords’ Association (RLA)has joined voices with theBritish Property Federation (BPF)and theCouncil of Mortgage Lenders (CML)to voice concerns that exclusions recently identified in the types of property to be covered by the Government’sFlood Reproposals will leave significant numbers of homes without the access to affordable flood insurance that had been expected.The housing sector partners believe that urgent amendments are needed to the... more

East Midlands - 2014-01-21 19:35:46