Final call for members

by Larry Sweeney

15:00 PM, 30th October 2018
About 2 years ago

Final call for members

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Final call for members

We were told that it could not be done. That landlords would not sign up, that the two main organisations had it sewn up. Wrong. The Alliance is good to go.

I appeal to all those landlords who have sat on the fence. Those landlords who have decided to wait and see. If Churchill had decided to wait and see, where would we be now ?

Join us we need your membership. We need the numbers and we will change the narrative. Allow me to give a flavour of how we will campaign.

The next local authority which opens a consultation on Selective licensing, we will demand to be part of that consultation. Yes the other organisations tried that and got nowhere. Reason being the consultations are a sham. The decision has been taken.

We know that, but will approach it differently. At the same time we will fund a media campaign in that borough alerting council tenants of their right to sue the council for inferior accommodation. We are held to the highest standards and that should also apply to the LA. If Councils continue their misguided hate campaign against the PRS, we will fight back hard.

Give us the numbers to fight on your behalf.

Please Pledge your £100 to the email address below

Info@landlordsalliance.co.uk.


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Joe Robertson

10:51 AM, 5th November 2018
About 2 years ago

Reply to the comment left by Luke P at 05/11/2018 - 10:22
Maybe so...But that doesn't make him right...or moral!

Larry Sweeney

17:27 PM, 5th November 2018
About 2 years ago

Replying to whitesfriek Surrey and Joe Robertson. Firstly apologies for not expanding. Our letter asked Hammond to abolish s24 immediately, the wriggle room I alluded to (rightly or wrongly) was a suggestion that he abolish the retrospective element. In other words not penalise landlords who already taken out finance not expecting the rules to be changed. As we know unsurprisingly both suggestions were ignored. Joe thisbis a public forum and it would be foolish to disclose or tactics or thinking. Suffice to say that a new approach is needed and pussyfooting around like the other organisations has achieved nothing. We are being talked about and we have not yet started. If we get the numbers we can do it. It is up to landlords. As Luke says it is not a kings ransom. We are doing our best, recruiting ,dealing with back office issues. We will shortly be announcing an official launch.

Martin S

20:09 PM, 9th November 2018
About 2 years ago

I've not seen anybody mention these people: http://www.landlordsguild.com/ who seem to have been active in certain areas. With interest so splintered, and very little done overall for Landlords, will this intended dilution of concerns continue the divide and rule scenario?

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