Articles by Victoria Barker
The Big Question: Do you bundle utility bills in with the rent or are your tenants responsible for paying their own bills?
Do you bundle utility bills in with the rent, or perhaps your tenants are responsible for paying their own water, gas and electric bills? TheÂ topic is the latest toÂ come under the microscope in our Big Question feature for NRLA members' magazine, Property.
The Healthy Places team in the Department of Health and Social Care (DHSC) is looking for examples of interventions in housing that can have a positive impact on health, and landlords are being invited to share their experiences.
This week is the inaugural Smart Meter Awareness Week.
The week, organised by Smart Energy GB, aims to raise awareness and understanding of smart meters within the private rented sector.
The NRLA has partnered with data company Kamma to create NRLA Licensing Support, an exclusive service for members designed to assist with licensing and regulatory compliance.
Michael Gove MP has been appointed as the new Housing Secretary, following a cabinet reshuffle this week.
The week of the 13-19th September is the eleventh Gas Safety Week,Â an annual week coordinated by theÂ Gas Safe Register, with landlords being reminded of their gas safety obligations.
Do you use a traditional high street agent to find your tenants, or perhaps you use an online platform? The methods you use to find tenants is the latest topic to come under the microscope in our Big Question feature for NRLA members' magazine, Property.
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.
Landlords with vacant properties are being urged to work with councils to help refugees who need to be urgently re-housed in the UK.
Temporary changes to Right to Rent, introduced to minimise face-to-face contact, will remain in place until April 2022, the Government has announced.