News relating to the private rented sector from both England and Wales, affecting landlords.
This week, England enjoyed the second step of the UK Government's roadmap out of coronavirus restrictions, with outdoor dining allowed and non essential retail reopened. As restrictions on social contact and business activity begin to lift, the Government has also indicated that emergency measures in the private rented sector will start to taper off from 1 June, as long as there are no further setbacks in lifting lockdown measures.
On Thursday, NRLA Wales held its hustings ahead of the Senedd election in May. NRLA Chief Executive Ben Beadle hosted Labour's Mike Hedges MS, the Conservatives' Mark Isherwood MS, Plaid Cymru's Cllr Cefin Campbell, and the Liberal Democrats' Cllr Rodney Berman on the panel.
Rent controls called for by Sadiq Khan would leave tenants across London worse off according to a new analysis published today.
A landmark study launched today explores ways to increase the willingness of landlords to rent to people receiving housing benefits.
The HCLG select committee published its report into the impact of Covid-19 on homelessness prevention and the PRS.
It is now 12 months since the NRLA came into being following last year's merger of the NLA and RLA. Chief executive Ben Beadle looks back on an unforgettable first year played out against the backdrop of a global pandemic.
Following the government's decision to end the Green Homes Grant, the NRLA urges the government to adopt a more long-term approach to upgrading properties to meet its zero-carbon target by 2050.
One year on from the first ban on the repossession of rented homes, new analysis shows that more tenants are likely to lose their homes in the long term as a result.
Today the National Residential Landlords Association issues a call for greater co-operation between private landlords and local authorities to resolve the urgent need for more adapted private rented accommodation.
The Government is failing to grasp the enormous challenge of decarbonising the UK's housing stock, the Environmental Audit Committee has today warned.