The NRLA today announces that it has agreed a new commercial partnership with leading online electricals retailer, AO.
A Â£65 million fund to cover rent arrears built during the Covid-19 pandemic has been announced today, following months of NRLA campaigning. The cash will be given to councils in England to support low-income earners in rent arrears - with payments expected to be made directly to landlords.
"One size fits all" approach to retrofitting nation's homes risks widening economic inequality, warns new research
Today marks the new launch of a report, authored by leading think tank Localis and sponsored by the NRLA, entitled 'Lagging behind: energy efficiency in low-viability properties'.
A piecemeal approach risks undermining efforts to improve the energy efficiency of the private rented sector, according to the NRLA.
The proportion of private renters in arrears in England has more than doubled during the COVID-19 pandemic according to Government data released today.
Today the Government will go ahead with a planned cut to Universal Credit of Â£20 per week. The level of welfare support had been increased in light of the impact of the pandemic on household incomes.
This partnership will offer all the NRLA's 90,000 plus members access to instant and accurate licensing information. All NRLA members can now take advantage of the NRLA Licensing Support Service, allowing them free access to Kamma's Licensing 365 platform. This system will give users the opportunity to receive 24/7 data-driven licensing compliance monitoring from Kamma.
Ben Beadle, our Chief Executive, responds to the Welsh Government's announcement of a further extension to notice periods.
Private renters and landlords across the country face a cliff edge as the end of furlough coincides with cuts to benefit support.
Ben Beadle, Chief Executive of the National Residential Landlords Association, responds to news that Michael Gove has been appointed to the role of Housing, Communities & Local Government Secretary.