Ben Beadle is to be chief executive of new NRLA

by Property 118

15:52 PM, 23rd September 2019
About 7 months ago

Ben Beadle is to be chief executive of new NRLA

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Ben Beadle is to be chief executive of new NRLA

Ben Beadle is to be the chief executive of the new National Residential Landlords Association, formed from the merger of the National Landlords Association and the Residential Landlords Association. The NRLA will launch in January 2020.

Ben is currently Director of Operations at Touchstone, part of the Places for People housing group. Previously he was Managing Director of TDS Northern Ireland and Director of Customer Service with the TDS, the Tenancy Deposit Scheme.  He will join NRLA in November.

Announcing the appointment, Alan Ward, RLA chair and Adrian Jeakings, NLA chair said: “Ben has a depth and breadth of knowledge of private renting which will be a tremendous asset to our campaigning and members’ services”

Both chairmen paid tribute to their respective current chief executives, Richard Lambert at NLA and Andrew Dixon at RLA for the dedication to the task and support in the detailed work of bringing the organisations together. Both will leave at the end of the year.

The merger was approved by RLA and NLA members on September 17th.



Comments

Monty Bodkin

13:42 PM, 28th September 2019
About 6 months ago

Reply to the comment left by moneymanager at 28/09/2019 - 10:04
I take your point, but then the physical appearance of Jacob Rees-Mogg isn't up to much but I'm sure he could demolish the emotive nonsense of Polly Wotnot in seconds.

I don't know if this new bloke is up to the job, time will tell.

Gary BTLowner

13:33 PM, 1st October 2019
About 6 months ago

What on earth is Britain coming to? Touchstone are LPA Receivers based, I believe, in Bath. I have had the unfortunate experience (over now thank god) of falling into their clutches. A group of people less interested in landlords well being I cannot imagine, so I assume the members who voted for him had no information about them. I think Osborne, Corbyn and the likes would be more suitable! My decision to leave those organisations as they either had no teeth or are unable/unwilling to use them is fully justified, I have no wish to contribute to the salaries of such people. Or perhaps I am just a dinosaur?

Whiteskifreak Surrey

14:03 PM, 1st October 2019
About 6 months ago

Reply to the comment left by Monty Bodkin at 28/09/2019 - 13:42
So why don't we work with Moggie to help us by destroying Shelter? He must have a lot of BTL properties.
Would he be too posh to lower himself to our level?

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