Luke P

Registered with Property118.com
Tuesday 31st March 2015

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Total Number of Property118 Comments: 1203

Luke P

14:22 PM, 17th July 2019
About 9 hours ago

Zero Tolerance - £30k per offence?

Reply to the comment left by paul landlord at 17/07/2019 - 14:08Possibly so, but then we’re back to ‘the big two’ being phenomenally weaker than they oughta be because individual LLs or even a local association cannot raise national awareness (against a tide of apathy) very easily. I’m sure I had an article go up on here a while back with little response.... Read More

Luke P

9:09 AM, 17th July 2019
About 14 hours ago

Zero Tolerance - £30k per offence?

Reply to the comment left by Dr Rosalind Beck at 17/07/2019 - 08:57
As wet as the very often are, Ros, the RLA are supporting the Humber Landlords Association (possibly the NLA too), though not as vocal about their opposition as I would like. The Landlords Alliance has also pledged financial support too.

Usual apathy though…until it hits their areas, most LLs don’t care.... Read More

Luke P

12:55 PM, 16th July 2019
About A day ago

Zero Tolerance - £30k per offence?

Marie, if you’re not in Hull, please contact me at singlelayer@icloud.com The Humber Landlords Association are currently appealing the Judicial Review decision on this very matter. I implore all LLs to consider supporting the ‘fighting fund’ as this will spread (via the LGA meetings) once the matter is finalised.... Read More

Luke P

11:35 AM, 11th July 2019
About 6 days ago

EPC inaccuracies could leave properties let illegally

Reply to the comment left by Gunga Din at 11/07/2019 - 10:10
Who the hell is gonna check your property is 'illegal'? Even if an assessor could gain access, how do we know they 'new' assessor is any better than the previous one that allegedly got it wrong?

What this will mean, however, is when it comes to renewal and all the standards have been tightened/assessor retrained, there will be far less property available to rent as more houses fail to meet the minimum standard and the upgrades are cost-prohibitive.... Read More

Luke P

14:49 PM, 10th July 2019
About A week ago

Court of Appeal allow Landlords say on Right to Rent

Been checking R2R status since the day it came in and not once has anyone, official or otherwise, asked to see my collated evidence, nor do I get the impression they ever will. I have, however, happened across an individual with no R2R, tried to report it and nobody was interested. They left my office and proceeded to try all the other agents/LLs in the area...presumably they eventually got fixed up with accommodation, which makes a mockery of the reasoning behind this nonsense!... Read More