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Environmental Health bosses plea to Rayner to keep landlord licensing

The Chartered Institute of Environmental Health (CIEH) has written to Housing Secretary Angela Rayner urging her to make it even easier...

17 July 2024

From: Breaking News

Call for big push on energy efficient ‘Cleantech’ homes

A new report from the Sustainable Markets Initiative, highlights the important role that electrified ‘cleantech’ homes can play in reducing energy...

16 July 2024

From: Breaking News

Propertymark’s View on Improving Private Rental Sector Regulation

A call has come from the Welsh Government  to conduct an evaluation of Rent Smart Wales and its objectives.  There has been...

22 June 2024

From: Rental Reform

EPCs dismissed as “inaccurate” and “unhelpful”

Energy Performance Certificates can be riddled with inaccuracies and give unhelpful advice to property owners. That’s the view of consumer service...

20 June 2024

From: Breaking News

Shock Figures show New-Build levels plummeting further

The year to March 2024 saw the fewest new housing sites consented than during any 12-month period since the data collection...

15 June 2024

From: The Big Issues

Suspended Jail Term for landlord in contempt and harassment case

High profile landlord Fergus Wilson has been sentenced to six months in prison suspended for three years and ordered to pay...

20 May 2024

From: Breaking News

Pets In Lets - agents issue new guidance to private tenants

Propertymark has issued a guide to tenants about their rights to have a pet.  A statement from trade body Propertymark says that...

16 May 2024

From: Breaking News

Energy efficiency retrofit course ahead of Labour EPC rule changes

The National Residential Landlords Association is introducing a new energy efficiency retrofitting course this summer - ahead of possible EPC rule...

15 May 2024

From: Breaking News

Half of councils can't be bothered to collect fines from landlords

Data gathered by the National Residential Landlords Association (NRLA) shows that less than half the fines levied against rogue landlords have...

13 May 2024

From: Breaking News

EPCs are often wrong and need major overhaul - Which?

An influential consumer body is demanding a complete overhaul of Energy Performance Certificates. Which? says that with millions of households across the...

08 May 2024

From: Breaking News

Landlord Regulator advertises for Welsh-speaking staff

The nearest thing to a national landlord register operating anywhere in the UK is seeking new staff - and they must...

01 May 2024

From: Breaking News

Council offering landlords “training to help them improve”

Landlords have only until Friday to give their views on a controversial licensing consultation from a council known for its aggressive...

23 April 2024

From: Breaking News

Former Leader of the Conservative Party to appear at UK Landlord Show...

National Landlord Investment Show has announced that the former Leader of the Conservative Party, the Rt Hon Sir Iain Duncan Smith,...

16 April 2024

From: Sponsored Content

Free training for landlords with cooperation of the NRLA

Landlords can benefit from a wealth of free training, courtesy of a north of England council. Cumberland council is providing the training...

25 March 2024

From: Breaking News

HMRC admits Making Tax Digital will cost landlords money and time

The government has confirmed that Making Tax Digital for Income Tax Self Assessment (MTD for ITSA) will cost landlords both extra money...

22 February 2024

From: Breaking News

Council offers free “fundamental training” for private landlords

A council says it’s offering “fundamental training” to private landlords via an online day-long course on March 8. The training covers pre-tenancy...

20 February 2024

From: Breaking News

“Seize bad landlords' properties” Generation Rent demands

Activists in the Generation Rent campaign says big city Mayors should “tackle the worst landlords and seize their properties.” It also wants...

16 February 2024

From: Breaking News

National Landlord Investment Show returns at Olympia London, Wednesday 6th March 2024...

Calling all landlords, Investors and property professionals: National Landlord Investment Show returns to Olympia London on 6th March for its first...

12 February 2024

From: Sponsored Content

Beefed Up EPCs demanded by energy efficiency experts

The Building Research Establishment - which undertakes research, advice, training, testing, certification and standards-setting for the housing sector - is calling...

05 February 2024

From: Breaking News

Council slammed for series of failings as a social landlord

The Housing Ombudsman - which assesses problems involving social housing landlords - has found severe maladministration in four cases involving Croydon...

17 January 2024

From: Breaking News

NRLA beefs up top team ahead of Renters Reform Bill

The National Residential Landlords Association haas revealed two new appointments which it says “will enhance the service to its members as...

11 January 2024

From: Breaking News

HMO licensing scheme is “a step forward” claims council

An additional licensing scheme for HMOs has come into effect in a London borough.  The new scheme will cover properties in Greenwich which...

03 January 2024

From: Breaking News

Landlords warned over looming electrical checks crisis

Repairs and maintenance supplier Fixflo is warning landlords of a surge in demand for Electrical Installation Condition Reports in the short...

22 December 2023

From: Breaking News

Free landlord training and legal updates from new accreditation scheme

Newcastle council is seeking new members of its Landlord Accreditation Scheme, which it claims recognises and rewards “reputable landlords who offer...

12 December 2023

From: Breaking News

Shamplina Speaks - What Does Court Reform Actually Look Like?

As we all now know, the Government has acknowledged that the ban on Section 21 eviction notices cannot not come into...

18 November 2023

From: Rental Reform

Next month Ben Beadle, chief executive of the National Residential Landlords Association, will be one of the experts at an Agent...

21 October 2023

From: Rental Reform

Housing Market “more resilient than expected” despite new fall

The UK housing market is remaining “more resilient than expected” despite the latest price index showing another small fall. The Halifax say...

09 October 2023

From: Breaking News

Eco-problems mount - too few qualified heat pump installers

Another problem has emerged for the heat pump sector which had, until last week, anticipated rapid growth as part of the...

29 September 2023

From: Breaking News

Landlord training conference set for early 2024

The London Landlord Accreditation Scheme is hosting a virtual conference and training day in the New Year. It promises to “bring you...

28 September 2023

From: Breaking News

Renters Reform Bill: Landlords urged to prepare for changes as MPs return

A prominent lettings agent is urging landlords to stay vigilant for changes to the Renters Reform Bill now that Parliament is...

04 September 2023

From: Breaking News

New ‘Landlord Leaders Community’ group launched

A body called the Landlord Leaders Community - and appearing at first sight a little like a new trade group - is...

30 August 2023

From: Breaking News

Rogue landlords forced to go on ‘recognised landlord training’

A trio of Cambridge landlords have been fined more than £8,000 between them, after three separate HMOs were found to be...

23 August 2023

From: Breaking News

Over half private rental properties would fail new EPC target

Legislation requiring all rental properties to have an energy performance certificate  rating of C or above will require upgrades to around...

26 July 2023

From: Breaking News

Housing Minister criticised by Parliamentary Standards Commissioner

The Parliamentary Commissioner for Standards has criticised Housing Minister Rachel Maclean for breaking MPs’ rules. Maclean broke rule 8 of the Code...

05 June 2023

From: Breaking News

HMO unlicensed for years - hefty fine imposed on landlord

An unnamed landlord has been fined more than £3,500 after an HMO in Cambridge was found to have been unlicensed. After receiving...

02 June 2023

From: Breaking News

Renters Reform Bill - a lettings expert’s take

Section 21: Research carried out by Leaders Romans Group has found that Section 21 is rarely overused, and even more rarely...

20 May 2023

From: Rental Reform

Free landlord training ahead of critical May 31 deadline

A lettings agency chief is operating a course to help landlords meet new requirements imposed by the Welsh Government. Landlords in Wales...

12 May 2023

From: Breaking News

EPC Reform - an energy assessor writes…

All landlords need to have an Energy Performance Certificate (EPC), with few exemptions. As a property writer, landlord and Domestic Energy...

06 May 2023

From: Legislation & Compliance

Tenants trained to complain about landlords, funded by taxpayers

Social housing tenants are to be encouraged to hold their landlords to account as part of a taxpayer funded training scheme. From free advice on...

27 April 2023

From: Breaking News

Domestic abuse survivors ‘failed’ by landlords - claim

A new report claims that many social landlords have inadequate policies to support survivors of domestic abuse. The report, published this week...

26 April 2023

From: Breaking News

Going Greener – Getting Ahead of Policy starts with Professional Development

Hitting the UK’s net zero carbon objective is an immense task, but one that we must strive for. We all have...

01 April 2023

From: The Big Issues

Landlord slammed by Ombudsman over damp and mould failures

The Housing Ombudsman has released its special investigation into Rochdale Boroughwide Housing, the social housing provider which supplied accommodation to Awaab...

29 March 2023

From: Breaking News

New owners hope to beef up “under-invested” HMO platform

Investment platform Platinum Property Partners has been acquired by a group of long-standing franchisees. And they’re pledging to how PPP’s investment in...

20 March 2023

From: Breaking News

Government tells tenants to complain about landlords - ad campaign

Housing Secretary Michael Gove is urging tenants to complain about sub-standard housing with the government’s ‘Make Things Right’ advertising campaign. Social housing...

07 March 2023

From: Breaking News

Landlord accreditation service to roll out to nearby councils

An association run by a local council with the involvement of private landlords is marking its 10th anniversary. The Partnership Accreditation for...

22 February 2023

From: Breaking News

Training sessions for landlords cover laws, licensing and HMOs

Training sessions are being aimed at teaching private landlords in one London borough the rules and responsibilities when it comes to...

01 February 2023

From: Breaking News

Tax Self Assessment - the mistakes landlords make…

It’s the time of year when everyone is rushing to meet the self-assessment deadlines. Unfortunately, experience shows that there will be...

28 January 2023

From: Tax & Finance

Council slammed for “severe maladministration” over damp and mould

The Housing Ombudsman - a service which deals with social housing - says it’s found severe maladministration in how Leeds council...

26 January 2023

From: Breaking News

Surprise link between landlords and charity opposing Section 21

They have taken differing views on Section 21 powers but now the National Residential Landlords Association and homelessness charity Crisis have...

15 December 2022

From: Breaking News

Would you pay 15% premium for a low-EPC buy to let?

The Santander bank says buyers - landlords and owner occupiers alike - are showing more interest in buying energy efficient homes. The...

09 November 2022

From: Breaking News

Landlords lack skills and knowledge to provide decent homes - claim

Many private landlords lack knowledge, skills and support necessary to provide decent homes for renters, a new study claims. The UK Collaborative...

08 November 2022

From: Breaking News

“We’ll train people to resist evictions” says Renters Reform group

One of the many activist groups in the so-called Renters’ Reform Coalition has pledged to “train people across the country to...

13 October 2022

From: Breaking News

Huge fine for landlord flouting health and safety rules

* Angels Media and Landlord Today are deeply saddened by the passing of HM Queen Elizabeth II * - A landlord has been...

09 September 2022

From: Breaking News

New partnership scheme has discounts for landlord licensing

Landlords are being encouraged to work with a local council “to give families a stable home, improve the quality of properties...

31 August 2022

From: Breaking News

Taxpayers to fund training for tenants in how to complain

In an unexpected statement from the government it’s been announced that social housing residents will be able to get training and support...

16 August 2022

From: Breaking News

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

Heat Pumps - the future for heating in rental properties?

A trade body is calling for a partnership with the government to push the domestic heating market towards heat pumps as...

20 June 2022

From: Breaking News

Problem Tenants: can private landlords learn from housing associations?

A pioneering project is matching private landlords with tenant management skills in a local housing association. Salford council and the Irwell Valley...

20 June 2022

From: Breaking News

Tenants take landlord to court and win £15,000

The Guardian newspaper has given an aggrieved tenant the opportunity to explain how he and other renters took a landlord to...

08 June 2022

From: Breaking News

So-called Illegal Evictions - training body wants action

A group delivering tenant relations training claims thousands of illegal evictions are made possible because many local councils have no trained...

06 June 2022

From: Breaking News

Council scraps landlord accreditation and launches ‘support package’

A council has launched what it calls a Landlord and Tenant Support Package in place of a previous landlord accreditation system.  Telford...

23 May 2022

From: Breaking News

Confused landlords given advice by agent over EPCs

Proposals to make rental properties greener by enforcing a minimum energy performance certificate rating of C, is causing widespread confusion throughout...

06 April 2022

From: Breaking News

Justice For Tenants wins Rent Repayment Order against landlord

A non-profit organisation called Justice For Tenants has spearheaded a campaign which has ultimately led to a Rent Repayment Order being...

21 February 2022

From: Breaking News

Bigger fines for landlords and more compensation for tenants - Khan

The Mayor of London Sadiq Khan wants rogue landlords to pay bigger fines and more compensation to tenants. He is also introducing...

17 February 2022

From: Breaking News

Section 21 scrapped as Gove hands rental power balance to tenants

The government’s new Levelling Up White Paper includes a dramatic reshaping of the private rental sector. Section 21 eviction powers will be...

02 February 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

Landlord anger over agent switching energy supplier without consent

A tenant has received what has been described as a “grovelling” apology from the Connells lettings agency after it switched her...

14 January 2022

From: Breaking News

Energy efficiency - another council spending thousands on education

A local council is inviting landlords within its boundaries to take up funding from a £49,057 pot it has to improve...

06 January 2022

From: Breaking News

Accredition scheme with NRLA involvement launched by council

A  council is set to ask local landlords of rental properties to join an accreditation scheme to improve standards and deliver...

09 December 2021

From: Breaking News

What are the Alternatives to Gas Boilers?

The UK government’s target to reach net zero emissions by 2050 has necessitated the introduction of initiatives aimed at reducing fossil...

06 November 2021

From: The Big Issues

The Property Investor’s Little Black Book

People you can trust are an essential part of your team when you get into investing in property. If you’re using solicitors,...

06 November 2021

From: Top tips & guides

Karl Ullrich, Customer Service Technology Group Manager at BSH

Tell us about your role. I am the Customer Service Technology Group Manager at BSH (group brands include Bosch, NEFF and Siemens)...

02 November 2021

From: 60 Second Interview

Going Green: What landlords need to know now

Landlords can be forgiven for being exasperated by the government’s exhortations to go green.   I don’t need to rehearse here again...

16 October 2021

From: The Big Issues

Stamp duty surge - why it's important for homes to have good broadband and TV packages

The end of the stamp duty holiday, which was introduced in July 2020, is now only a few weeks away. The upcoming...

16 September 2021

From: Sponsored Content

Landlord harassed tenant during eviction ban period

A landlord has pleaded guilty to harassing one of his tenants during the eviction ban period. Abid Butt from Sheffield has been...

15 September 2021

From: Breaking News

Jail for man who used terrorist attack for revenge on landlord

A man who tried to frame his landlord’s partner as being involved in the Westminster terrorist attack has been jailed. Gerald Banyard,...

21 May 2021

From: Breaking News

This is how landlords should choose an agent - according to ARLA

Propertymark has issued a guide to help landlords choose lettings agents.   Angela Davey, ARLA Propertymark president, says she has five tips aimed...

20 May 2021

From: Breaking News

Baroness urges police to get tough with “criminal landlords”

The Generation Rent campaign group has entered the fray for the Police and Crime Commissioner elections which will be held in some...

26 April 2021

From: Breaking News

Today’s webinar may help landlords hit by tenancy disputes

The DPS is hosting free dispute webinars to enable landlords and letting agents to navigate the dispute resolution process. More than 2,000...

22 April 2021

From: Breaking News

Landlord group repeats call for upfront cash payments

The National Residential Landlords Association has repeated its backing for upfront cash payments and rent guarantees. A new study has found that...

21 April 2021

From: Breaking News

Hazards in rental units - landlords’ help wanted for assessment

The risk assessment system used by local authorities to judge health and safety issues relating to properties needs updating - and...

08 March 2021

From: Breaking News

David Hackett, Head of Business Development for The DPS

Who are you and what does it say on your business card? I’m David Hackett, Head of Business Development for The DPS    What...

04 March 2021

From: 60 Second Interview

The top 10 tips for preventing pet damage in your home

Whilst 24% of adults have welcomed a new pet into their home since March 2020, or are planning to before Easter...

28 January 2021

From: Property Investment & Strategy

Rental quango slated as expensive, bureaucratic, unaccountable

The Rent Smart Wales quango, now five years old, has been sharply criticised by the National Residential Landlords Association.  A report commissioned...

12 January 2021

From: Breaking News

Landlords warned over threat from rogue locksmiths

Landlords who frequently have to change locks after tenants leave are being warned to be on their guard against rogue locksmiths...

24 November 2020

From: Breaking News

What rental issues do landlords know most (and least) about?

A new survey suggests that one in five individual and multi-property landlords felt unprepared when they first started letting properties -...

05 November 2020

From: Breaking News

Over 40 seminars for landlords at today’s Landlord Investment Show

Over 40 seminars will be held today at the latest Landlord Investment Show, which will also host a lively debate on...

03 November 2020

From: Breaking News

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

LRU to hold a day of action demanding eviction ban extension

The London Renters Union (RLU) will hold a day of action next week demanding that the government acts to protect renters,...

19 August 2020

From: Breaking News

Mortgage advisor jobs - shortage of advisors to meet demand

Mortgage advisor jobs - shortage of advisors to meet demand The mortgage market, like all other parts of the property industry,...

25 June 2020

From: Sponsored Content

Coronavirus: Agents urged to offer virtual viewings post-lockdown

As more people start to think about moving home during the coronavirus pandemic, sales and letting agents are being urged to...

05 May 2020

From: Breaking News

Nick Lyons, CEO of No Letting Go

Who are you and what does it say on your business card? Nick Lyons CEO What is No Letting Go and what does it...

10 March 2020

From: 60 Second Interview

It's time to stop bashing agents over mis-selling of deposit insurance schemes

The recent criticism of letting agents and deposit insurance schemes, which began with a probe by the BBC last weekend, will...

19 February 2020

From: Breaking News

Many landlords ‘have not recognised the need to educate themselves’

How do you potentially balance property buying and management with a full-time job? What strategies have you developed to build wealth...

10 December 2019

From: Breaking News

Angels sponsors local kickboxing club

Here at Angels Sales & Lettings, we are always delighted to sponsor great local initiatives and clubs as part of our...

31 October 2019

From: Sponsored Content

Landlords in Aberdeen offered free tenancy deposits and disputes training

Following on from the success of recent training events in Glasgow, Edinburgh and Inverness, designed to help landlords better manage tenancy deposits...

31 October 2019

From: Breaking News

Landlords in Glasgow offered free tenancy deposits and disputes training

With 543 disputes having arisen between landlords and tenants in the Glasgow postcode area in the last 12 months, SafeDeposits Scotland,...

15 October 2019

From: Breaking News

Landlords in Edinburgh offered free tenancy deposits and disputes training

With 490 disputes having arisen between landlords and tenants in the Edinburgh area in the last 12 months, SafeDeposits Scotland, which...

26 September 2019

From: Breaking News

Landlords in Inverness offered free tenancy deposits and disputes training

With the latest research showing that 50 disputes have arisen between landlords and tenants in the Inverness area in the last 12...

20 September 2019

From: Breaking News

Daniel Levine, Branch Manager of Winkworth Hendon

Who are you? We are Winkworth Hendon, a franchised office with a very good reputation in our local area, we pride ourselves...

27 August 2019

From: 60 Second Interview

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