Renters (Reform) Bill
The Renters (Reform) Bill represents a seismic shake-up of the private rented sector, perhaps the biggest in over 30 years. The bill sets out the government's plans to fundamentally reform the private rented sector (PRS) and level up housing quality.
Our latest factfinder provides an overview of the Bill and sets out the NRLA's recommendations on particular issues.
To view the evidence the NRLA submitted to the Renters (Reform) Bill Committee outlining the amendments needed for the legislation to work for responsible landlords, please click here.
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Frequently asked questions
The following FAQs have been compiled to assist you in understanding what the Renters (Reform) Bill means for you.
These FAQs will be continually updated and expanded as the Bill progresses through Parliament. Please check back regularly to access the latest updates.
Take a look at our series of informative and interactive webinars that were hosted by the NRLA’s Campaigns and Public Affairs Team, focusing on the key features of the Renters (Reform) Bill and our work to shape it so far. These videos provide an overview of the main provisions and developments, including how they are likely to affect our members.
Join the NRLA’s campaign! Write to your MP about the Renters (Reform) Bill using our ready-made templates.
You can make an impact by downloading the templates and submitting them directly to your MP using our online tool.
These highlight key issues with the proposed Renters (Reform) Bill such as student accommodation, anti-social behaviour, court reform, and taxes.
The contents of the Renters (Reform) Bill will be debated in both the House of Commons and the House of Lords. In the course of these debates, clauses may be added, altered, or removed.
As the Bill progresses, the NRLA will continue to engage with the Government and parliamentarians to address the concerns and interests of our members and you can keep on top of all the latest news.
How did we get here
The Renters (Reform) Bill comes nearly a year after publication of the Government's 'A Fairer Private Rented Sector' White Paper, which set out its long-term vision for the private rented sector.
The NRLA has campaigned and will continue to do so, to ensure the Government’s plans to reform the private rented sector are fair and workable.
Stay ahead of the curve with our series of webinars dedicated to exploring the Renters (Reform) Bill. Be part of these informative sessions as we delve into the details of the bill, its potential impact on landlords’ and the broader housing landscape.