A system that is fair and workable for tenants and responsible landlords is needed

The National Residential Landlords Association is calling for balance and clarity following claims of potential amendments to the Renters (Reform) Bill. The calls follow the publication of a BBC News report claiming that the government has circulated draft proposed amendments to backbench MPs. The report claims that draft amendments to the Bill – which was published in […]

Landlords, would you like to have your say?

It has been another year of ups and downs for the property lettings market, but now landlords, tenants, agents and others involved are being invited to have their say. HM Treasury has opened its representations portal and invited anyone who would like their views to be considered to submit their ideas for the next budget […]

Most tenants are happy in their homes

More than 80 per cent of private renters in England are satisfied with their accommodation according to the latest English Housing Survey. The English Housing Survey (EHS) is a national survey of people’s housing circumstances and the condition and energy efficiency of housing in England. Nearly one in five households in England live in the […]

Tenants and Landlords Have Been Collaborating

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). This latest NRLA research: The Wait of Justice 2021: How Covid Legislation Affected Possession, shows possession claims have dropped significantly since the initial court closures.   During the […]