9:47 AM, 17th April 2019, About 3 years ago 28
The National landlords Alliance, while profoundly disagreeing with the approach of the NLA and RLA, believe that we should all put our differences aside and hold an emergency summit without delay to discuss and agree a common approach to the proposed abolition of section 21. Also to rethink our position on section 24, a fight which many appear to have given up on.
We propose a joint delegation to government and we also want other organisations such as Ihowitz and the Humber Landlords association to join us.
The Alliance is asking these organisations to contact us without delay and the Alliance will supply and fund the costs of a venue in Manchester to host this meeting.
We urge everybody in the NLA and RLA to put all differences aside and join us now in the interests of all the members who deserve our unqualified support.
NLA/RLA, please email us urgently and confirm your agreement to meet without any preconditions.
This would be the first time all landlord organisations came together as one to protect our vital interests. It is the very least we can do for our members.
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