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Latest Comments

Total Number of Property118 Comments: 19


17:52 PM, 18th April 2019
About 15 hours ago

Section 21 - Emergency meeting and joint delegation

Fantastic idea - Do it!
Remember to include getting rent arrears paid at the same time as a possession order and/or automatic CCJ's for unpaid rent so that other landlords don't take on people who don't pay their rent or damage property. Can you imagine what a difference this would make for landlords (and tenants and agents) and how it would free up the deadlock over getting properties rented in the shortest possible time to the best possible tenant and the "which tenant should I take/not take" dilemma.
Win-win-win-win-win... Read More


21:42 PM, 1st March 2019
About 2 months ago

Urgent action required - MoJ Enforcement of Possession orders consultation

Reply to the comment left by Jireh Homes at 28/02/2019 - 08:17
None of the questions ask whether we want the County Court bailiffs to be able to evict after the expiration of the time allowed for contesting the possession order. So...………... Just put this as an answer to most of the questions and they may get the message!... Read More


10:30 AM, 14th February 2019
About 2 months ago

Lack of Justice in Housing - Local Authority Gatekeeping

I am so glad to hear you say this but so frustrated that I/we don't seem to be able to find/implement a "big plan" that will sort it before we all go bankrupt/out of our minds.... Read More


10:21 AM, 14th February 2019
About 2 months ago

Sefton trial case - Landlords Alliance

Whereabouts on this page
do we find what they are asking for please?... Read More


9:05 AM, 10th February 2019
About 2 months ago

Landlords Alliance under laughing stock ICO investigation!

Re the National Landlords Alliance and local authority licensing schemes. Just in case anyone is unaware and so that it might be our suggestion for the way forward, I am a registered landlady in Scotland and it costs £50 every 3 years (up from £30). All Scottish landlords have to be registered to comply with the law so that means that apart from the rogue landlords (who are not registered) the Scottish authorities can find out the contact details for any let property and get on with the business of telling them off (or whatever). If this were to be adopted in England it would be cheap for the landlords, the cost would cover keeping the register and any fines upon landlords go back to the local authority and would bring in the money for them to deal with more rogue landlords. Simples! Let's adopt this approach!... Read More