Articles by Sally Walmsley
New planning rules are being introduced to help local authorities control numbers of new holiday lets in their area. Announcing the plans the Government said the changes will help protect local communities and the supply of homes to rent and buy.
With 11 tenants now competing for each rental property, we are asking whether you hold group viewings. We are collecting members' views as part of this month's Big Question feature for NRLA magazine, Property.
Landlords with properties in Greater Manchester are being invited to take part in two landlord focus groups on Andy Burnham’s Good Landlord Charter plans.
The NRLA has been nominated for three top industry awards this week. The association has reached the final in the Best Product for Landlords, Spokesperson of the Year and Best Property Education Provider categories at the Property Reporter Awards.
Property licensing and the safety of ebikes and escooters kept in rental homes come under the microscope this month in NRLA podcast Listen Up Landlords.
Landlord confidence in the private rented sector is finally on the up, after hitting record lows last year. New data from the NRLA shows confidence was up by almost eight percentage points (7.9) in the third quarter of 2023, one of the largest increases since the index began.
New appointments, which with enhance services to NRLA members as the sector prepares for a time of radical change, have been announced today.
Court reform, student lets and a proposed moratorium on notice periods came under the microscope yesterday, in a meeting between NRLA CEO Ben Beadle and Minister for the PRS Jacob Young.
Housing Secretary Michael Gove agreed with NRLA Chief Executive Ben Beadle that there will be no need for licensing one the Government’s new Property Portal is introduced.
In this episode of Listen Up Landlords, presenters NRLA Chief Executive Ben Beadle and Richard Blanco welcome a panel of guests to look back over the last 12 months and forward to 2024.