Articles by Victoria Barker
Plans to end the need for EWS1 forms on buildings below 18 meters were outlined by the Government this week.
A new scheme supporting private tenants in Wales to pay off Covid-related arrears was launched by the Welsh Government this week.
If you have a garden at your rental property, chances are your tenants have been making the most of it with the recent heatwave. But, when it comes to keeping the garden in good shape, who is responsible, the tenant or the landlord? In this blog we take a closer look at gardening responsibilities.
Landlords are being reminded by the Information Commissioner's Office (ICO) to check whether they need to register and pay a fee, if they have not already done so.
We are delighted to launch a brand new blog series where you can get to know some of our advisers as part of our expert advice team a little better. Our advice team is on hand six days a week to help members with a whole host ofÂ queries, from tenancy legislation updates to practical advice on property management.Â In this blog, we meet experienced adviser Rachel.
We are excited to launch a brand new 'where to start with' series, which will take a look at some of the key topics and issues landlords are facing, and where to start with in addressing them. In the first blog in this series, we take a look at where to start with renewing a tenancy.
Do you have properties in Leeds? If so, you may be interested in, or already a member of, the Leeds Rental Standard Scheme. The scheme offers a large number of benefits for landlords with properties in the Leeds City Council area, and requires details of your NRLA membership for you to benefit from inclusion.
Want to learn more about the technique to painting a wall like a professional, or perhaps how to paint a door and ensure a smooth finish? Youâ€™re in the right place.
Remember - NRLA members can benefit from a 10% discount on most items at B & Q, including paint, thanks to the NRLA's partnership with TradePoint.