Articles by Sally Walmsley
The NRLA is surveying members on the Government's new plans for rental reform, that were revealed last month. The NRLA is collecting the views of landlords who let property in England, including those who may live in other parts of the UK or overseas to inform its response to Government.
It's been another busy week for the policy and campaigns team, representing you and your businesses at high-level meetings and events.
This week NRLA CEO Ben Beadle attended a Ministerial roundtable on rental reform with housing minister Eddie Hughes. The event was the first roundtable held since the publication of the Government's white paper on rental reform A Fairer Private Rented Sector last month.
A fundamental shift in the Government's attitude to private landlords is needed if its rental reform plans are to work. Following the publication of the Government's long-awaited white paper on rental reform, the NRLA has identified five major areas of concern, and in the coming weeks will be campaigning for change at the highest level.
This week has seen the NRLA make national news headlines yet again, with CEO Ben Beadle speaking at a national conference and attending a roundtable in Westminster.
NRLA chief executive Ben Beadle shares his thoughts on what is next for rental reform following the sacking of the housing secretary, resignation of the housing minister and announcement that Boris Johnson will stand down as Prime Minister.
The NRLA has reached the finals of the National Association Excellence Awards 2022. The association has been named a finalist in three categories; UK Association of the Year, Best Learning/Professional Development Programme and Best Publication.
The NRLA has reached the finals of the annual Memcom awards, celebrating the very best of membership organisations across the country. The association is in the running to be named Best Association at the Memcom Excellence Awards 2022, with members' magazine Property in the final of the Best Magazine category.
Proposals outlining the biggest changes to the private rented sector in more than 30 years will be made public by the Government today. The NRLA has welcomed Government promises on possession grounds and court reform, but said more detail is needed, particularly as regards a replacement for Section 21.
NRLA proposals for a new Decent Homes Standard were the focus of a meeting of the All-Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) for the PRS today. During the meeting in Westminster this morning, policy director Chris Norris outlined the associationâ€™s plans, which include proposals for â€˜property passportsâ€™.