Welsh landlords urged to participate in NRLA survey on Senedd priorities
NRLA Wales is urgently calling on Welsh landlords to respond to a new survey on what the Senedd’s Local Government and Housing Committee’s priorities should be over the next twelve to eighteen months.
This is an important opportunity for landlords to let Senedd members know their concerns, and to reflect on the recommendations set out in the NRLA’s manifesto during May’s elections. Your views will help form the basis of our response to the committee – so please don’t delay in responding to this vital questionnaire.
During the Senedd elections, we called on future members of the Senedd to make Rent Smart Wales the single licensing authority, to reject rent controls and the right to rent and to introduce a Welsh Housing Survey.
The pandemic also put a spotlight on the need for a dedicated housing court, to improve access to justice for both landlords and their tenants. This is now more important than ever given the enormous backlog that has continued to grow over recent months.
Please take this opportunity to fill in this brief questionnaire, which should only take a minute or two to complete and will be completely anonymous. This evidence will then be collated and used as part of our overall submission to the Committee on what their priorities should include.
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