16:01 February 21, 2018
Councils urged to urgently update guidance on the Housing, Health and Safety Rating System (HHSRS) following Court of Appeal ruling. … more
We have received quite a few emails and calls from landlords eager to know the outcome on the proposal for the new selective licensing scheme in the Nottingham City area which is due any day. … more
The Deregulation Act 2015 requires landlords to give their tenants the latest copy of the Government’s How to Rent Guide at the start of a tenancy.
Along with the Prescribed Information in … more
Mr Yash Pal Manan of Derby, who owns 40 properties and manages a further 250 properties in Derby for other landlords, has been prosecuted by the Derby City Council Housing Standards Team for … more
News15/01/183:00 PM by Josh Spencer
The government yesterday announced support for new legislation proposed by a Labour MP which sets new standards for rented homes gives tenants new rights to … more
Mr Adrian Ernest Dart of Stourbridge who owns and rents out properties in Derby, has been prosecuted by the Derby City Council Housing Standards Team for offences concerning a rented house in … more
News 09/01/18 5:00 PM by Nathaniel Barker
Changes to make it easier for landlords to directly receive the housing element of Universal Credit do apply to the private rented sector, the … more
Alok Sharma will no longer be Housing Minister, moving to the Department for Work and Pensions with Dominic Raab will replacing him.
Reading West MP Alok Sharma has been … more
The prosecution is part of a new scheme aiming to tackle anti-social behaviour by introducing licences that require landlords to up their game.
Landlords are being told to make sure they are not … more
Statistics released by the Department for Communities and Local Government have revealed that:
Between 1 January and 31 March 2017 local authorities accepted 14,600 households as being … more