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Total Number of Property118 Comments: 61


10:50 AM, 16th May 2019
About 4 days ago

Council threaten after uncorroborated nuisance complaint?

What council is this,

'my tenant noisily got out of a taxi'

'she said council tenants don't tell lies'

I would let this go to court, this is comedy gold... Read More


16:37 PM, 13th May 2019
About 7 days ago

Nationwide Foundation £1.2 m 'Fair Housing Futures' project hosted by Shelter

Birth control would appear to be a buy product of licensing, as once a baby comes along the room is too small and they have to be evicted.

so thanks to the councils its roof or baby.... Read More


16:33 PM, 13th May 2019
About 7 days ago

Nottingham's new boss - Do you think I am worth listening to?

This is a great line, and should ne a national headline.

The Good Landlords and Good tenants houses have got worse so Licensing can go after bad Landlords that they can’t find cause they haven’t come forward.... Read More


11:49 AM, 4th May 2019
About 2 weeks ago

Judge Throws Out Section 21 Bizarrely?

Mmmm a lot of comments saying tough luck, put up with it and move on, and then we wonder why landlords are continually being beaten up.

So we either stand up and fight, or continue to drop our pants and take what’s coming.... Read More


7:10 AM, 3rd May 2019
About 2 weeks ago

National Landlords Alliance meets Sefton Council

There is social housing and there is the PRS two entirely different beasts, there is clearly not enough social housing so organisations are successfully campaigning to make the PRS, social housing. The problem is the PRS is owned by individuals normally as an investment and when the investment is no longer viable they will move the money elsewhere, leaving people homeless. it is not the duty of the PRS to provide social housing, it is the duty of the councils and government.

How many businesses will suffer if staff can rent a place near enough to them, a lot of people take one or two year contracts, rent out their own home and rent somewhere closer to their employer.

It really is a case of Ready, Fire, AIM by the government.... Read More