Over half of local authorities in England have not issued any civil penalties against rogue or criminal landlords in the last three years according to a new survey.
Just five per cent of private rented households have received government help to fund energy efficiency measures despite having the greatest need.
RENTS paid by private tenants across the UK are falling in real terms according to official data published today.
OVER 80 per cent of private renters in England are satisfied with their accommodation according to new data released today.
Laws underpinning the private rented sector are not fit for purpose as new research reveals that some dates back to the 18th century.
Following the Welsh Government's announcement of a new Tenancy Hardship Grant (THG) the NRLA provides its response to this welcome news, which will provide wide-ranging assistance to tenants who have incurred rent arrears due to the pandemic.
Following the publication of a new report by the University of York on the supply of private rented housing to tenants in receipt of benefits, we issued a statement responding to the findings which emerged from this research.
A continued fall in landlord possession claims took place between April 2020 and March 2021, according to new research produced by the National Residential Landlords Association (NRLA).
The Chancellor is making landlords the scapegoats for the COVID rent debt crisis as he turns his back on the support the sector needs, says the body representing private sector landlords.
Thousands of private renters who have built arrears during the pandemic face problems finding an alternative home because of damage to their credit scores according to a new survey.