Plans for a £300m leisure destination in Blackpool are set to move forward, with a consultation on the first phase due in the coming weeks.
A London council is running what it describes as “an innovative project” to help private tenants reclaim rent from landlords who fall foul of licensing rules. Tower Hamlets council in London claims thatover £200,000 has [...]
New simplified rental contracts are to be introduced from spring 2022 in Wales with minimum notice periods for evictions extended from two to six months in most cases. In addition landlords will be prevented from [...]
It might be thought that banks have made significant mistakes of their own in the recent past - including triggering the global financial crisis a decade ago. However, this has not stopped the private and [...]
A PropTech supplier claims landlords and letting agents can now offer tenants a new service potentially boosting credit scores with Equifax and Experian by ‘reporting’ rent payments. The product is available via the Tenant [...]
Landlords currently buying properties and concerned they may not make the March 31 stamp duty holiday deadline have good news - there’s likely to be an extension. The Times has an exclusive that Chancellor Rishi [...]
Colliers has promoted Jonathan Stirzaker-Philips to lead the Project Management team for the north of England.
A Conservative MP is weighing in, in support of landlords arguing against a £700 licensing fee by the local council. James Duddridge, MP for Rochford and Southend East, says: “Southend Council already has the powers to [...]
Generation Rent campaign activists say 700,000 private tenants on Universal Credit cannot afford to pay their rent. The campaign - led by Baroness Alicia Kennedy - says new figures from the Department for Work and [...]
The landlords’ trade body says the tax system needs reforming to support energy improvements in the private rental sector. The intervention by the National Residential Landlords Association comes as Chancellor Rishi Sunak is putting the [...]