Responding to confirmation by the Government today of its plans to taper down emergency restrictions in the private rented sector, Ben Beadle, Chief Executive of the National Residential Landlords Association said:
Responding to the Government's commitment in the Queen's Speech to publish a White Paper later this year on reform of the rental sector, Ben Beadle, Chief Executive of the National Residential Landlords Association said:
Rent controls called for by Sadiq Khan would leave tenants across London worse off according to a new analysis published today.
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 NRLA responds to the latest Government announcement that current regulations restricting repossessions will be extended until the 31st May and then begin to taper of from the start of June
In the run-up to May's Welsh election, the National Residential Landlords Association (NRLA) have called on the Welsh Government to improve financial support and end restrictions that have plunged tenants and landlords into debt.
NRLA response to the Budget announced today by the Chancellor. Highlighting the urgent financial support which is needed for both landlords and tenants.
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.