Tuesday 7th August 2018

Take up of new rental tenancies in prime central London in the second quarter of this year was up 27.7% compared with the corresponding period last year, according to Strutt & Parker. However, the take-up of new rental tenancies remains low by historic standards, and is down 16...

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Tuesday 7th August 2018

People are being invited to share their views on the possible introduction of licensing for private sector rented housing in some parts of Leeds. Leeds City Council is currently holding a consultation to gather feedback about making certain areas in Beeston and Harehills selective licensing areas, with the proposed licence set to cost up to £825 per property...

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Tuesday 7th August 2018

The Ombudsman Services (OS) is no longer handling consumer complaints in the property and housing sector after withdrawing from the industry. The OS has now started a managed withdrawal from the existing schemes it operates for surveyors, managing agents, estate agents and letting agents, with yesterday marking its last day handling consumer complaints in the sector...

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Tuesday 7th August 2018

A buy-to-let landlord has been found guilty of aggressive practices, failing to protect a tenancy deposit and operating an unlicensed House of Multiple Occupation in the Sneinton area of Nottingham Nottingham Magistrates has ordered Shafaqat Ali Sadiq, of Vicarage Avenue, Derby, to pay a fine of £1,750 for the three separate offences, which fall under the Housing Act 2004 and Consumer Protection from Unfair Trading Regulations...

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