New measures to further reform the Building Safety system have today (2nd April) been announced by Government.
In a statement issued by Housing Secretary Robert Jenrick, measures include the … more
Are you stuck at home, bored with nothing to do?
Would you like to have a new project? What about brushing up your landlord and tenant legal knowledge? All landlords and letting agents should do … more
Right to Rent checks have been adapted to “make it easier for landlords” to carry them out during the Coronavirus outbreak, the Home Secretary has announced.
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The Gvernment has issued an advisory guidance document today to help landlords and tenants understand the implications of the Coronavirus Act 2020.
The Guide covers the important … more
Some information has been circulated regarding proposed changes by the government to help protect tenants and landlords within the rented sector during Coronavirus. The information states that it is … more
Since April 2018, landlords have been unable to let their property to new tenants unless it has a minimum energy efficiency rating of an E (unless exempted) on its Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) … more
Is your rental property vacant?
If so contact your insurance company to discuss their requirements during this time = dont get caught out !
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New emergency measures with the energy industry have been agreed by the government to protect the domestic energy supply of those most in need during the disruption caused by COVID-19. … more
Update on evictions - 27.03.20
From today (Friday) all ongoing housing possession cases will be suspended. The suspension will initially last for 90 days. This is in addition to the legislation to … more
The webinar which DASH 'attended' last week is now available to watch https://www.bigmarker.com/landlord-law-services-ltd/Coronavirus-and-landlords-what-you-need-to-know-now?bmid=0d21 … more