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Shamplina joins panel debating state of rental sector

The National Residential Landlords Association is hosting a housing roundtable, inviting industry experts -  including Paul Shamplina - to discuss the impact of plummeting landlord confidence and what can be done to tackle it.

The online event, organised together with NRLA partner Movewise, will be held next Tuesday, on May 9.

Hosted by NRLA policy director Chris Norris, the group will discuss the latest NRLA data that shows landlord confidence has fallen to the worst levels since the Covid-19 pandemic.


According to the association’s regular Landlord Confidence Index more than a third of landlords are planning to sell properties in the next 12 months, with just 13 per cent planning to buy.

The challenging economic climate is exacerbated by the fear of the unknown, with some of the biggest changes to hit the PRS in 30 years looming, with the Government’s Renters’ Reform Bill on the horizon and changes to Minimum Energy Efficiency Standards also on the cards.

The panel includes James Donohue of Movewise, who will talk about landlords selling homes; Doug Hall of mortgage broker 3MC on mortgage rates; Neil Peers of TDS on tenancy protection challenges; Chris Bailey of Less Tax for Landlords on accountancy challenges; and Paul Shamplina of Hamilton Fraser on the impact of proposed legislative changes.

During the 45-minute session they will examine the importance of landlord confidence, the issues that are affecting it and changes that could encourage landlords to remain in the market and continue to invest.

The webinar, which is worth two Continuing Professional Development (CPD) points, is open to members and non-members and will be held at 2pm on May 9 via Zoom. 

To book your free place click here.

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    Why don’t NRLA get some more members instead of fooling with their on-line round table internet web nonsense everything the root cause of collapsing confidence with their zoom 2 CPD we might as we’ll have 2 pints of beer.
    100k membership only after decades and amalgamation of the two NLA & RLA and a pool of 2.6m landlords to pick from.
    Perhaps if they had a round table Conference and Campaigned with their internet web zooms against removing Section 21 instead of going along with everything almost endorsing it,
    Landlords would have a great deal more Confidence in the Business they Built now being destroyed by others.
    People destroying businesses / objectors / protesters / complainers and lame ducks given far too much credence over the people trying to run a successful business and housing 9’000’000 million Tenants, contributing billions to the economy & paying billions more in taxes, anyway have a nice chat see what more Schemes you can invent for us.


    But Ben Beadle sits on these conferences with Shelter, GR and the government and shrugs like a mouse that he doesn’t have a problem with S21 going! 🤬 He doesn’t represent us.

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    Total waste of time

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    All the same ‘experts’ doing the rounds like pigs at the feeding trough, I would wager a bet that I have more tenants and properties than all these experts put together.

  • George Dawes

    Rearranging the deck chairs on the titanic comes to mind


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