Canterbury City Council

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Canterbury City Council

Contact Details

Phone: 01227 862 204

Building Control Section

Phone: 01227 862 000

Private Sector Housing

Phone: 01227 862 240

Housing Benefits

Phone: 01227 862 142

Rubbish & Recycling

Phone: 0800 031 9091

Kent Fire Safety

Phone: 01303 227 201

Gas Safety Advice Line

Phone: 0800 300 363
Local Events Date Location
Lettings for Landlords: The Basics 13/06/2017 South East
Universal Credit/LHA 20/07/2017 South East
Principles of Lettings 23/08/2017 South East
Universal Credit/LHA 13/09/2017 South East
Arrears Management 14/09/2017 South East
Arrears Management 17/10/2017 South East
Principles of Lettings 18/10/2017 South East
Lettings for Landlords: The Basics 01/11/2017 South East

Local and National News

Portsmouth Election Hustings - 26 April 2017

On 8th May 2017, just one month before the ‘snap’ General Election called by Prime Minister Teresa May, PDPLA supported by the Residential Landlords Association (RLA) will host an election hustings in Portsmouth. With 4,000+ landlords in Portsmouth providing nearly 25% of the accommodation in the city, which is also the most densely populated city in Western Europe, this one off ... more

Woking Announces Selective Licensing Consultation - 8 February 2017

Woking Council is proposing a new 3 year Selective Licensing scheme in parts of the Town Centre and Maybury areas. If approved, the licence could set landlords with houses in the designated areas back £560. After considering the proposed area, the local authority is encouraging all landlords, residents, and stakeholders to provide feedback on the proposal so that the council can ... more

RLA acts on Council Data Breach - 25 July 2016

RLA protecting landlords over Council error On Friday 22nd July, it was brought to our attention that Reigate and Banstead Borough Council had released thousands of landlords details into the public domain as part of a Freedom Of Information (FOI) request. The FOI request asked the council for details on landlords so an individual could contact them about buying their property. The ... more


ACTION is needed to tackle the scandal of ‘buy-to-leave’ investors who are denying Londoners the homes they need. With almost 57,000 homes in the capital thought to be empty, the next Mayor of London needs to use the powers available to ensure such homes are being used either by landlords who want to offer properties to live in or are available ... more

Uttlesford (Private Sector) Landlord Forum 2015 - 14 July 2015

The Uttlesford (Private Sector) Landlord Forum is an annual drop-in event organised by Uttlesford District Council. This year the forum will be held on 1 October 2015, between 6.30pm-8.30pm in the Council Chambers at the London Road offices of Uttlesford District Council. The aim of the forum is to facilitate a relaxed and informal event that engages, informs and supports private ... more

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