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Despite some early speculation to the contrary, this week's Budget was a fairly neutral one for private landlords. Although the chancellor, Rishi Sunak, set out the beginnings of recovering Covid expenditure, individual landlords didn't see many changes to their tax burden. NRLA deputy director of policy and campaigns Meera Chindooroy writes about the key announcements.
The NRLA is urging landlords to make their views heard on plans to introduce licensing schemes in a number of towns and cities across the country. To help members learn more about consultations, the NRLA has developed a toolkit exclusive for members.
NRLA response to the Budget announced today by the Chancellor. Highlighting the urgent financial support which is needed for both landlords and tenants.
A landlord gave our team a call this week with a question around regulated tenancies and the upcoming Renters Reform Bill.
NRLA deposit protection provider, mydeposits, write about about property inventories, why including visual media is so important and, how good images can make all the difference if you need to rely on them to resolve end of tenancy negotiations and disputes.
This post is a visual summary of the 2019-2020 English Housing Survey (EHS). The EHS is a national survey - published annually - produced by the Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government (MHCLG). Note that data collection for this survey concluded prior to the Covid-19 crisis.
This is the first of a series of infographics which will summarise key reports and research into the PRS.
NRLA partner, Hamilton Fraser Total Landlord Insurance share their useful guidance for landlords on how to carry out spring property maintenance despite the continued Covid-19 restrictions.
Landlord James Tanner and wife Tatiana are passionate about energy efficiency. Following the completion of an eco-retrofit on an Edwardian house - which they carried out while retaining the original period features -Â they have written a checklist for landlords, detailing low-cost improvements that can have a significant impact on the energy efficiency of rental homes
This In Focus report considers the views of landlords on a range of taxation topics.
Landlords' likely response to tax changes sends the Chancellor of the Exchequer a message to think through tax changes and reforms. The impact of changes on the PRS may not be as forecasters predict.
The tax system is in urgent need of reform to support energy improvements to rented housing.
That is the call from the NRLA as the Chancellor prepares his Budget for the 3rd March.