The National Residential Landlords Association is calling for clarity on how the private rental sector can help Ukraine.
Home Secretary Priti Patel says that 100,000 additional Ukrainian refugees will be allowed to come to the UK.
Patel says family members of those who are British nationals or have been given settled status - who do not meet the usual eligibility criteria but pass security checks - will be able to come to the UK for 12 months.
They will have to pass biometric and security checks but there will not be any salary or language tests, as are usually required.
However Ben Beadle - chief executive of the National Residential Landlords Association - wants more explicit guidance for landlords.
He says: “The scenes unfolding in Ukraine have been shocking. It is right that the UK provides all the support needed to those fleeing the conflict.
“We urge all private landlords to consider what accommodation they might have available to house those who want to come here.
“To assist with this, it is vital that the government swiftly provides details as to how landlords can easily register properties that might be suitable for those who need homes.”
So far neither Patel nor Hone Office officials have given guidance on how the Right To Rent policies will be applied to Ukrainian refugees seeking private rental accommodation in this country.
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