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Total Number of Property118 Comments: 64


8:52 AM, 31st December 2019
About 4 weeks ago

How do I get the CCJ registered with the Registry Trust?

I have no idea if this is correct but from the RLA:


"Where you have used the Moneyclaim process the judgement should already have been registered so you can proceed to enforcement. If you are in any doubt you can check this via the Moneyclaim Portal where it should state that the CCJ has been 'issued'.

When using a Section 8 notice to evict, the courts do not typically register the judgement unless requested. You should contact the county court that issued the possession order to register the judgement.

Are the Courts following the rule of law or those of some lefty agenda?... Read More


13:34 PM, 24th December 2019
About a month ago

Boris pledges £260m to eliminate homelessness and rough sleeping

Well I'm sleeping a bit roughly, could he tackle that with some sensible policies at the both the demand and provision end?... Read More


12:02 PM, 20th December 2019
About a month ago

Mass sell-off if government do not get landlord support?

"In a sensible world where government actually understand properly the effects of legislative changes"

You are making the assumption that they don't, even if they are not the primary instigator, the "mass self off" of not so much "the PRS" as the privately HELD INTEREST in the PRS conforms perfectly with the corporatisation of housing, governments have "previous" with ownership depriving actions (Executive Order 6102 FDR), I'd better stop or I'll sound like a conspiracy theorist.... Read More


11:35 AM, 11th December 2019
About a month ago

Third of generation Z think landlords should change their light bulbs

Reply to the comment left by Marie at 11/12/2019 - 06:26
"Bleeding radiators, dangerous".

I would agree that it sounds daft but if it were done while the system was under use and it had been correctly filled with anti-corrosive, put it this way, you wouldn't want to drink it and it can be as black a tar.

Seriously though I would want a tenant to do anything that involved disassembly so dealing with a blocked washing machine impeller because there's a hair grip in the user removable filter, yes, dismantling my German made bath mixer shower diverting valve absolutely not.

As for the last comment, "higher management" mandates against!... Read More


10:14 AM, 10th December 2019
About 2 months ago

Third of generation Z think landlords should change their light bulbs

Responsibility for and "change" are not neccessarily concurrent.

Our flats were built with numerous 50w halogen downlighters and very high ceilings. A combination of regular lamp and/or transformers led me to:

a: take responsibility for the hard wired transformer
b: to require the tenant to PAY for the lamp and a small charge and
c: to offer a discounted conversion to LED and with continuing tenant lamp responsibility

With the electricity cost savings and no ladder they have virtually all gone for c... Read More