News relating to the private rented sector from both England and Wales, affecting landlords.
The NRLA has renewed calls for a financial support package for landlords and tenants in the wake of the Chancellorâ€™s announcement on furlough schemes in local lockdown areas.
Calls for a comprehensive financial package for landlords and tenants form the cornerstone of the NRLAs submission to Government ahead of the publication of its Comprehensive Spending Review. The association says the Government must develop a package that provides much greater support for landlords and tenants to ensure that rents can be paid in full and on time.
The Welsh Governments Tenancy Saver Loans, which allows tenants to apply for low-interest, affordable, paid-to-landlord loans to cover their coronavirus-related arrears, launched today. The loan scheme is something the NRLA campaigned extensively for.
Businesses from across the property market have a new opportunity to gain recognition for their contribution to the industry as industry publication Property Reporter, has announced the launch of the Property Reporter Awards, proudly supported by the NRLA.
The Chartered institute of Housing has warned more support is needed, claiming the PRS is reaching "crisis point" as Labour pushes the government on plans, put forward by the NRLA, to offer loans to tenants to cover rent payments.
Landlords have faced a legal bill totalling Â£421,837 for adapting properties without the proper planning permission â€“ then refusing to revert them.
The Prime Minister is wrong to believe that those in private rented housing are unable to turn the properties they live in into a home of their own. The implication - in his speech today to the Conservative Party Conference - flies in the face of a previous survey of tenants.
For the second time in a week, an influential parliamentary committee in Wales has made recommendations echoing some of the NRLA's key policy asks. NRLA public affairs and policy officer Calum Davies explains more.
The Immigration Minister, Chris Philip MP, has published a written statement on the Right to Rent scheme, and has laid before parliament the regulations to launch an online Right to Rent checking service.
The NRLA has won the support of an influential Welsh Parliament committee in its attempts to secure changes to the Renting Homes (Amendment) Bill. These include plans to introduce a dedicated housing ciuer