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Concerns over Right to Rent checks in Wales - 12 April 2017

Right to Rent checks are currently in place across England following a trial period in 2015, however the rollout to Wales and Scotland is proving to be trickier than first anticipated. The checks face a number of obstacles before they can be implemented here in Wales as the Welsh Government has passed a series of legislation which will have to be ... more

Landlords attend Welsh elections hustings - 16 March 2017

Landlords in Cardiff have questioned some of the candidates standing in local elections this May at a hustings event in the city. Chaired by RLA Director for Wales, Douglas Haig, the panel included Plaid’s Neil McEvoy (Fairwater councillor), the Liberal Democrat’s Joseph Carter (Pentryn councillor) and Gavin Hill-John, councillor and candidate for Pentyrch. Labour candidates were invited, but declined to attend. With a ... more

Assembly urged to amend tax plan - 10 January 2017

The RLA is asking the Welsh Assembly members to amend tax plans that could make it harder for vulnerable people to rent a home. The call is being made as members of the Assembly will today consider the principles of a proposed law to scrap Stamp Duty in Wales in favour of a new Land Transaction Tax – the first Welsh ... more

Changes in the Wales PRS - 30 December 2016

2016 will be remembered for the string of high profile deaths in the world of music and showbusiness. Here RLA Director for Wales Douglas Haig pays tribute to much-loved musician and style icon David Bowie, who was among the famous faces we lost this year. Can you spot the 28 song titles hidden in his New Year message? David Bowie once sang, ... more

Possession claims down by more than a quarter in Wales - 14 December 2016

Possession claims by PRS landlords in Wales have fallen by 26% over the past two years. An analysis of Government statistics by the RLA found the number of possession claims made to county courts in Wales has fallen from a high of 203 in the first quarter of 2014 to 150 between July and September 2016. This represents just 11% of ... more

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