Wednesday 26th June 2019

The National Landlords Association (NLA) has slammed the government’s Selective Licensing Review for failing to listen to landlords. The report, which was released yesterday, failed to take into consideration the NLA’s suggestion of requiring local authorities to conduct an annual assessment to demonstrate the effectiveness of the schemes against the rationale for their introduction...

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Wednesday 26th June 2019

Investor demand from corporate landlords, often backed by institutional finance, is growing and that is pushing up rental values across some parts of the UK, new research suggests. These large companies operating Build to Rent blocks promise professionalism, high-level services and stable pricing designed to promote long-term renting, but at what cost to the tenant? New research by ideal flatmate has looked at the cost of Build to Rent compared to the buy-to-let market and found wide cost disparities...

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Wednesday 26th June 2019

A rogue landlord has been ordered to pay a fine of £10,000 after being convicted for renting out two unlicensed properties in Cricklewood, north west London, that were deemed unsafe. Brent Council issued Hassan Elaadouli with two civil penalty notices, totalling £7,500, in relation to a pair of unlicensed flats he owned on Ivy Road, NW2...

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