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Winter is on the way, and in this video NRLA adviser James Harvie shares some of the common winter property hazards, and the practical steps landlords and tenants can take to avoid them.
Wales' Equality, Local Government, and Communities Committee considered amendments put forward to the Renting Homes (Amendment) Bill last week. The purpose
of the Bill is to give private tenants in Wales 12-months security of tenure. In this blog NRLA policy officer Calum Davies writes about the amendments.
Private landlords are calling on the Government to establish a new landlord and tenant conciliation service as part of its planned changes to the private rented sector. The call, being made by the National Residential Landlords Association, comes as it publishes its proposals for the Renters' Reform Bill.
NRLA partners No Letting Go explain the importance of carrying out an independent inventory.
Hamilton Fraser Total Landlord Insurance explore the most common causes of fire, how you can reduce the likelihood of fire, and the fire safety regulations all landlords need to know.
This piece looks at the rate and pace of possession action in the various regions England immediately prior to the coronavirus pandemic. The results are drawn from a series of freedom of information requests.
Black Friday 2020 is here, and we've got some fantastic membership and training offers with you which we can't wait to share.
Owners of flats in buildings without cladding will no longer need an EWS1 form to sell or re-mortgage their propertyÂ the Government has announced. Post - Grenfell the Government introduced rules requiring homes to undergo anÂ external wallÂ surveyÂ process, commonly referred to as "EWS1".
A number of council's are currently consulting on licensing proposals, andÂ the NRLA is urging landlords to make sure they have their say in the consultations affecting them.