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The RLA has been asked by the Treasury to put forward proposals that support the Government’s objectives of increasing housing supply and raising standards in the private rented sector.
We now need your help to explore a range of measures, including: changes to capital gains tax; support for energy efficiency measures and improvements; and, small scale build to rent.
This will help the Treasury understand how landlords will respond, if such alternatives were introduced.
The RLA is working with DJS Research, who has produced a short survey that will take around 15 minutes to complete. Your views are very important.
Please complete the survey by clicking the link: http://www.djsresearch.co.uk/landlordsresearch
The RLA has opposed the Government’s Summer Budget plans to limit tax relief on finance charges for private landlords to the basic rate of income tax.
We have backed an online petition – which savvy readers may recognise! https://petition.parliament.uk/petitions/104880 – and questioned the Government’s assessment of the impact on housing supply and rents.
Thank you for your help and support as we continue our dialogue with the Government.
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