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Summer is here and certain household pests can be common in warmer weather. This article covers best practice advice for landlords when dealing with pests.
Cleaning grouting surrounding tiles can make a tired looking bathroom look as good as new. Here, NRLA partner Tradepoint (B&Q) explains what you need to know.
The week of the 12th-18th September 2022 is the twelfth annual Gas Safety Week, an awareness campaign coordinated by the Gas Safe Register, with landlords being reminded of their gas safety obligations.
Do you set up tenancies in-person or online? The topic is the latest to come under the microscope in our Big Question feature for NRLA members' magazine, Property.
In the next blog in our meet the team series, get to know our adviser Sally.
In the next blog in our meet the team series, get to know our Wales policy officer Josh Lovell better.
Summer is here and certain household pests such as flies can be common in warmer weather. This article covers best practice advice for landlords when dealing with pests including who is responsible for sorting out the issue.
Energy Efficiency, Minimum Standards and Inefficient Housing Stock: What Landlords can do to Prepare for MEES
How can Britain become more energy efficient? It's certainly a question which outfoxed many a minister throughout the 1970s. In a decade when TV broadcasts would break down on a regular basis due to the energy supply crisis, the UK became used to a state of permanent energy instability.
In the latest of our meet the team blogs, get to know one of our regional reps, Sandra Towers. Sandra helps run networking events for landlords across North Wales, as well as the Midlands.
Summer is here and you may have noticed slightly more flies, bees or even wasps in your home of late. Household pests can be common in warmer weather, and to mark World Pest Day on 6th June, the British Pest Control Association (BPA) has launched some best practice advice for landlords when dealing with pests.