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15:31 PM, 25th June 2019
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The Selective Licensing Review report demonstrates the Government’s unwillingness to listen to landlords, the National Landlords Association (NLA) says. The report, which was released today, ignores the NLA’s suggestion of requiring local authorities to conduct an annual assessment to demonstrate the effectiveness of the schemes against the rationale for their introduction. Currently, although it is considered best practice to complete this assessment, few local authorities do
15:01 PM, 25th June 2019
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HM’s Treasury this week made a potentially life changing announcement to those who suffer from debt/negative equity issues. From 2021, people struggling with serious debts are too benefit from a new two month “breathing space” scheme during which they cannot be hassled by debt collectors and bailiffs. The scheme will cover a variety of debts, including arrears owed to central and local government. This means that in addition to debts from creditors, payments on council tax a
11:31 AM, 25th June 2019
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The Government's Selective Licensing review, updated today, recommends a proposed National register of Landlords. Click here to download the document: 'An independent review of the use and effectiveness of selective licensing.' Point 6 of the recommendations summary states: "Government should consider introducing a national registration scheme for landlords to support and complement selective licensing." This would appear to be a U-Turn with Minister Heather Wheeler previously
10:43 AM, 25th June 2019
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Recognising the professional, efficient and calm way the company responded to a catastrophic fire, Tenancy Deposit Scheme (TDS) has been awarded ‘Most Effective Recovery’ at the CIR Business Continuity Awards in London. Now in its 21st year, the awards celebrate achievements in ‘business continuity, security and resilience’. Despite its entire headquarters in Hemel Hempstead being destroyed by fire on the afternoon and evening of 9 January 2019, TDS’ robust continuity pl
9:57 AM, 25th June 2019
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14:00 PM, 24th June 2019
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11:25 AM, 24th June 2019
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10:32 AM, 24th June 2019
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The latest experience if of a 22 year old couple with a young baby seeking a house, but there is non available. Left Wing journalists and organisations such as Shelter, no matter how well intended, need to understand and assimilate the information before rushing into print and allocating blame!...
8:31 AM, 24th June 2019
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It’s a topic I have spoken about many times before, but sadly it doesn’t appear to be improving. Councils are still being forced to respond to Britain’s housing crisis by telling tenants who have been asked to leave by their landlords...
8:00 AM, 24th June 2019
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Conservative Party leadership candidates Boris Johnson and Jeremy Hunt are being urged to scrap the controversial Right to Rent scheme. A coalition of organisations made up of the Residential Landlords Association, the Joint Council for the Welfare of Immigrants and the 3million...
9:21 AM, 21st June 2019
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Are you looking to raise finance for a property project? Do you fancy pitching for funding on a ‘Dragons Den’ style television show on Sky? If so email me and I will send you the application form....

Luton Meeting Tuesday 25th June 2019

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