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Tuesday 24th April 2018

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Total Number of Property118 Comments: 51


12:04 PM, 8th January 2021
About 3 months ago

Joint statement - NRLA, Shelter, ARLA, Big Issue, Nationwide, StepChange

Will this government listen even if they see the statement. Isn't their agenda to force the PRS to sell up. This will make LLs even more selective if the Chancellor has confirmed that housing benefit will not be linked to the cost of renting in future years.... Read More


10:00 AM, 30th October 2020
About 5 months ago

Government’s approach is almost certainly unlawful

Considering the usual lack of any believable reassurance or concrete action from my MP on this and every other matter I have raised with her concerning the attack on landlords a legal challenge should be made .However if this is deemed illegal I am sure the government will implement other measures to ensure tenants can not be evicted.... Read More


11:42 AM, 7th October 2020
About 6 months ago

Government consultation to increase minimum EPC rating to band C for PRS

Just a joke. So the only option is external insulation equals claddings equals Grenfell or internal insulation and damp rot. Of course you should not fill cavity walls I have even been told that by a CW contractor. or you risk damp. All the Victorian property botch ups with lime mortar replaced with Portland etc .But you must apply every few years if you live in a conservation area. This government is really jerking our chain, but don't forget its to save the planet !... Read More


10:10 AM, 7th October 2020
About 6 months ago

Boris is wrong about renting not being a home of your own

The fact lost on Johnson and Co is that its not their home, they are simply renting someone elses property. If they stayed at a hotel do you think the owner would allow them to make changes to the property .Seems just like any other Communist countries Johnson want to take private property and hand it to the proletariat to do exactly what they want with it. In many cases renters don't even ask permission they make changes .... Read More


15:41 PM, 4th October 2020
About 6 months ago

No Furlough for landlords?

Reply to the comment left by Luke P at 04/10/2020 - 15:12
Many landlord's here I suspect are fully engaged with the additional nonsense being applied by this government to start an alternative organisation. NRLA "asking " the government for justice , well we can do that for the price of a postage stamp , but they are not listening. Subs for the NRLA £75 minimum x 84,000 membership amounts to £6,300,000 pa, so whos getting the benefit. Certainly more profit in this than being a LL.Is the NRLA supporting the government campaigns financially which might just make a difference to LLs, say £6m a year.... Read More