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Wage subsidy will help renters, but more support is needed: Chancellor publishes Winter Economy Plan
A new job support schemeÂ and an extension to the self-employment income support scheme are among the announcements included in Rishi Sunaks Winter Economy Plan, published today.
This week it is the annual Fire Door Safety Week. The annual awareness week is now in its seventh year. Organised by the British Woodworking Federation with several industry partners, the campaign aims to raise awareness and understanding of the vital role that fire doors play in protecting life and property.
In this short research note Nick Clay and Calum Davies review the Tenant Saver Loan Scheme recently launched by the Welsh Government.
Using primary research, the NRLA endorse the scheme. Not only does it bring respite for landlords, it is a policy which supports those most in need.
However this policy initiative, though welcome, is insufficient on its own.
The NRLA has made national headlines in newspapers and on TV and radio following campaigns around the evictions ban and additional support for landlords and tenants affected by Covid-19.
The NRLA is urging landlords to respond to local authority licensing consultations.
On the day the courts reopen to hear repossession cases Paul Shamplina, Founder of Landlord Action shares his thoughts on the latest changes and what they mean for tenants.
The evictions moratorium is due to lift on 20th September. In this blog, NRLA Senior Policy Officer James Wood explains what landlords need to know when it comes to enforcing a possession order after the courts reopen.
New golden rules to sustain tenancies in the rental market have been published ahead of the courts beginning to hear possession cases from Monday.
The rules, drafted by the NRLA, form a central part of measures announced by the Government to ensure courts can start to process possession cases following a six-month ban. If landlords fail to follow the rules, they run the risk of cases being adjourned by the courts for a potentially lengthy period of time, in some cases with no rent being paid.
In its first week since the summer recess, the Welsh Parliament has seen the private rented sector (PRS) and housing take centre stage, at least for those who follow its proceedings closely. In this blog, NRLA policy officer Calum Davies explains more.
Proposals by the Mayor of London for rent controls in the capital would be a disaster for tenants. As Sadiq Khan once again seeks the powers to introduce them, the National Residential Landlords Association is pointing to a report published by The Treasury in 2010 under the last Labour Government, of which the Mayor was a member.