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KEYWORD "Carbon Monoxide Alarms" - 40 RESULTS
Six things to consider before letting out an Airbnb this summer

With over 40 million Airbnb users across Europe and the US, and approximately 250,000 listings in the UK alone, the short-term...

25 June 2022

From: Agent Advice

Landlord Alert - new smoke and carbon monoxide rules are imminent

An industry trade body is alerting landlords that new smoke and carbon monoxide alarm rules are likely to be introduced soon -...

20 April 2022

From: Breaking News

Call for action ahead of new Carbon Monoxide alarm laws

A lettings sector trade body is calling for action now by landlords and agents ahead of laws extending the need for...

31 January 2022

From: Breaking News

Five Things You Need To Consider About Your Airbnb

With over 40m Airbnb users across Europe and the US, and approximately 250,000 listings in the UK alone, the short-term accommodation...

29 January 2022

From: Top tips & guides

An Agency's Top Tips for a Smooth Lettings Process

For landlords looking to find tenants fast, London-based lettings agency Douglas & Gordon has put together a 12 tip guide to ensure landlords have a smooth letting process – perfect for...

29 January 2022

From: Agent Advice

Awareness campaign for landlords as law change approaches

A national awareness campaign has been launched to prepare landlords for the implementation of the Renting Homes (Wales) Act 2016 on...

18 January 2022

From: Breaking News

Council launches consultation on three licensing regimes

A council is consulting over a range of private rental sector measures.  Leicester council is proposing a range of measures requiring landlords...

03 December 2021

From: Breaking News

Carbon Monoxide alarms must be fitted in private rentals with gas boilers

The government has announced that carbon monoxide alarms must be fitted in all private rental properties with fixed appliances such as...

24 November 2021

From: Breaking News

Urgent warning over new smoke and CO alarm regulations

A warning has gone out to landlords with properties in Scotland regarding legislation coming into effect in early 2022. Trade association SELECT is...

07 October 2021

From: Breaking News

Alert for landlords over dangers of carbon monoxide poisoning

Smoke and carbon monoxide alarms - a critical issue for landlords in light of recent legislation - are back in the...

27 January 2021

From: Breaking News

Carbon monoxide alarm regulations to be beefed up

There may be new and stricter legal requirements on the way for private landlords with regards to carbon monoxide alarm installation...

23 November 2020

From: Breaking News

Carbon Monoxide detectors – What is the law on replacing expired alarms?

As all those responsible for managing property will be only too aware, landlords have many obligations under the laws and regulations...

29 October 2020

From: Legislation, Regulation & Compliance

10 Essential Safety Requirements For New Landlords

With new regulations and rules now in place for landlords, our in-house property experts outline their 10 essential safety requirements for...

29 October 2020

From: Legislation & Compliance

Smoke alarms alert - are landlords keeping up with the law?

Over two million homes in England - that’s almost one in 10 - do not have a working smoke alarm according...

05 October 2020

From: Breaking News

Servicing your tenants right: Five tips to enhance your credibility as a landlord

If the private rental sector and sharing economy is to continue to thrive, regular engagement with your tenants is required to...

27 February 2020

From: Breaking News

New regulations to combat carbon monoxide poisoning

An assembly member has welcomed the introduction of legislation for carbon monoxide detectors in rented homes in Wales. The Welsh Government says new...

17 January 2020

From: Breaking News

Top tips for new student landlords

Student property remains one of the most lucrative investments available to landlords, with sky-high double-digit yields currently on offer in many...

09 January 2020

From: Breaking News

Preparing for property emergencies

Britain has faced terrible flooding this year. Floods and other property emergency can take minutes to occur and years to remedy....

23 December 2019

From: Breaking News

Top tips to prevent carbon monoxide poisoning

A high number of people are at risk of carbon monoxide poisoning this winter as they do not have a CO...

20 November 2019

From: Breaking News

New ‘Let it, don’t forget it’ fire safety campaign launched

A new fire safety campaign urging private sector landlords and letting agents to always abide by the law and install smoke...

01 March 2019

From: Breaking News

New tenant packs could help save lives

New tenant packs designed to help landlords raise awareness of fire and carbon monoxide dangers have been launched by Aico Ltd. Aico,...

15 February 2019

From: Breaking News

Top tips to help prevent carbon monoxide poisoning

One in three Brits are at risk of from carbon monoxide poisoning this winter as they do not have a CO...

01 February 2019

From: Breaking News

Here’s how to ensure your next property purchase is gas safe

If you are planning to add to your property portfolio, it is important to ensure that the property is gas safe. Here’s...

03 January 2019

From: Breaking News

Letting agents accused of failing tenants

Letting agents are being accused of failing tenants, after a small group of cowboy agents showed prospective tenants around mouldy properties...

05 July 2018

From: Breaking News

How much do you know about landlords’ rights and responsibilities?

As a private landlord you are bound by specific housing legislation, which provide tenants with certain basic rights. From keeping your property...

18 June 2018

From: Breaking News

Accidental landlords are confused over rental responsibilities

When it comes to rental responsibilities during a tenancy, there remains some confusion among so-called ‘accidental landlords’ when it comes to...

22 May 2018

From: Breaking News

Smoke and carbon monoxide alarms – have your say

The government’s decision to review the effectiveness of the Smoke and Carbon Monoxide Alarm (England) Regulations 2015 will have an impact...

17 November 2017

From: Breaking News

MPs call for carbon monoxide alarms to be fitted in all homes to let

Buy-to-let landlords across the UK should be responsible for the installation of carbon monoxide (CO) alarms, according to a new report. Under...

10 November 2017

From: Breaking News

Here’s how to ensure your buy-to-let investment is gas safe

When investing in buy-to-let, you can’t always be sure when the appliances and pipe work in the property were last serviced...

09 August 2017

From: Breaking News

Private landlords urged to brush up on legislation

Private landlords and letting agents are failing to get to grips with several legislative changes in the private rented sector, it...

17 October 2016

From: Breaking News

Landlords face £5K fine over smoke alarms

Wakefield Council is clamping down on landlords that do not have smoke and carbon monoxide detectors fitted in the homes that...

04 July 2016

From: Breaking News

Inadequate carbon monoxide alarms ‘putting lives at risk’

Landlords are being urged to regularly check their carbon monoxide alarms or risk being fined up to £5,000, after a new...

20 June 2016

From: Breaking News

Survey claims sharing tenants at risk from lack of smoke alarms

A survey has claimed that more than four in 10 tenants in house-shares could be at risk due to not having...

04 November 2015

From: Breaking News

Agents support CO and smoke alarm rules but criticise government deadline

The Association of Residential Letting Agents (ARLA) says it is 'entirely supportive' of today's regulation change which requires landlords to install...

01 October 2015

From: Breaking News

Trading Standards warns tenants over 'silent killer' Carbon Monoxide

Tests by the Trading Standards Service have found that eight in ten Carbon Monoxide (CO) alarms failed British Standards tests. The Trading...

30 September 2015

From: Breaking News

‘Inventory clerks can check smoke and carbon monoxide alarms’ - AIIC

Landlords can use the services of an inventory clerk to carry out checks of smoke detectors and carbon monoxide alarms in...

28 September 2015

From: Sponsored Content

Charity criticises incoming fire safety regulations

A charity claims there is a blind spot in the Smoke and Carbon Monoxide Alarm (England) Regulations 2015 coming into force next month.  Electrical...

23 September 2015

From: Breaking News

Lay off the rental sector, lettings expert warns politicians

A high profile letting agent has urged politicians to lay off the private rented sector and stop overloading it with confusion. Lisa...

21 September 2015

From: Breaking News

Government drags feet over smoke alarm legislation

The landlord community has hit out at government for unnecessary delays in the introduction of legislation which will make it compulsory...

10 September 2015

From: Breaking News

York council meet to discuss landlord and letting agent fines

City of York Council is holding a “decision session” today to discuss the introduction of fixed penalty notices for letting agents...

25 August 2015

From: Breaking News

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