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Apropos by DJ Alexander believes that the property market must adapt to the changing needs of Britain's ageing population. It has said that the entire housing market, including property owners, social housing and the private rented sector (PRS), needs a coordinated response to the increasingly large

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Apropos by DJ Alexander believes that it is the beginning of the end for let only tenancies. The firm believes that let only tenancies have historically been subsidised by tenants’ fees and, since their ban in June, agents will now increase charges to landlords to cover their lost revenue.

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Private landlords who commit to providing affordable housing should be given the same financial support as housing associations to improve the energy efficiency of their properties, according to Scottish Land & Estates (SLE). In its response to the Scottish Government’s Energy Efficiency (

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Landlords in Inverness can sign-up for free training into managing tenancy deposits and disputes. The latest research from SafeDeposits Scotland has found that 50 disputes have arisen between landlords and tenants in the Inverness area in the last year.

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Online property management platform Howsy has announced an investment raise of £5 million. The investment has been led by Skybound Capital, a London-based global wealth management business, as well as several other exiting investors.

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The National Landlords Association (NLA) and the Residential Landlords Association (RLA) will join together to form the National Residential Landlords Association (NRLA) to cast a stronger voice for the private rented sector. The newly formed National Residential Landlords Association (NRLA) will pu

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Housing, homelessness and fair work convener, Cllr Kate Campbell, writes about how the City of Edinburgh Council is intervening to help those living in the private rented sector. Housing in Edinburgh is under severe pressure. At the Housing, Homeless and Fair Work committee this Thursday we’re

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The Aberdeen Law Project has successfully represented an Aberdeen-based tenant in his dispute over a tenant deposit. The project said the case marks the latest success for the representation team in securing victories for tenants in the city.

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