Expert opinion and insight
Expert opinion and explainer pieces, written by our Chief Executive, members our policy team as well as other experts from across the housing sector.
The Government has made a series of welcome announcements around possession in the private rented sector. The updates are wide ranging and generally very positive, reflecting the roadmap that the NRLA had suggested as a measured and reasonable way to return to the norm without over-stretching the courts.
On 10 March, the Government once again extended the ban on repossessions enforced by bailiffs in England, and the six-month notice period, until 31 May 2021. Paul Shamplina of Landlord Action explains why he believes the changes will harm those they are designed to help.
In the final NRLA blog before the Senedd Cymru/Welsh Parliament election, we explain why importing rent controls from abroad and Right-To-Rent from England will lead to disruption.
With the Senedd election in less than a week, NRLA Wales has analysed the manifestos of teach of the political parties to see how landlords would fare under their plans.
When done with a high degree of detail and accuracy, inventory reports can be the difference between successful and unsuccessful claims for landlords. Michael Hill of TDS explains more.
In the penultimate blog of our NRLA manifesto series during the Welsh Parliament election campaign, the NRLA puts a spotlight on improving housing justice in Wales.
Access to safe, secure, high-quality homes is a fundamental right for all. In this piece Samuel Rees, Public Affairs Officer at the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors, sets out the wide-ranging impact a Welsh Housing Survey could have on Wales' private rented sector.
What do the NRLA Renters' Reform Bill proposals say about student landlords? Here campaigns officer Alexandra Williams takes a deep dive into the issues and potential solutions.
In the fourth NRLA blog on our manifesto calls ahead of the 2021 Senedd election, we focus on the introduction of a Welsh Housing Survey - a campaign that is already gaining momentum.
In our third blog focussing on the NRLA Wales' manifesto calls ahead of the Senedd Cymru/Welsh Parliament election, we outline how to improve homes in the private rented sector (PRS) and why,