National Residential Landlords Association

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Government changes to Universal Credit which will make it easier for direct payments to be made to landlords have been welcomed by the Residential Landlords Association (RLA). The Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) has confirmed to the trade body that landlords will no longer need tenants’ con

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A landlord organisation is calling for a halt to the UK government’s Right to Rent scheme pending a full review of its impact on tenants after 42% of landlords in England and Wales said they are less likely to consider renting to someone without a British passport as a result of the scheme. The Re

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House of Commons Speaker John Bercow has approved a Labour request for an emergency debate today over the planned roll-out of Universal Credit. Last week, the Commons backed Labour’s advisory motion calling for the controversial welfare changes to be put on hold by 299 votes to nil.

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Almost a fifth of landlords in England and Wales are now less likely to rent to nationals from the European Union or the European Economic Area as a result of the immigration checks they are now expected to make, a study has found. A survey due to be published by the Residential Landlords Associatio

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A move to introduce a Scottish-style ban on letting agent fees in England was included in the Queen’s Speech yesterday. The UK government proposal to remove the fees paid by tenants in the private rented sector will be published as a draft bill for further scrutiny.

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Nearly half of landlords are less likely to rent homes to tenants without a British passport as a result of the immigration tests they have to make, according to a new poll. A survey by the Residential Landlords Association (RLA) on the impact of the UK government’s Right to Rent scheme which make

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British nationals without a passport face difficulties accessing rented accommodation after the UK government made landlords responsible for carrying out illegal migrant checks, according to a new survey. The Residential Landlords Association, which represents 48,000 private sector residential landl

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Richard Blanco More than a third of landlords in Scotland’s private rented sector think that leaving the EU will have a negative impact on their ability to attract tenants in the future, according to a new survey.

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Tax increases being imposed by the UK and Scottish governments will make it easier for irresponsible landlords to provide sub-standard housing to tenants, according to the Scottish Association of Landlords (SAL). The organisation said the changes, which threaten to increase costs, will in turn jeopa

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Richard Lambert EU citizens living in the private rented sector (PRS) are worried that Brexit will make it harder for them to rent a home in the UK, according to a new survey.

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Landlords in Scotland intend to vote in favour of the UK remaining in the European Union (EU) in the upcoming referendum, according to a recent poll. A survey by the National Landlords Association (NLA) a week before the referendum found that 42 per will vote for the UK to ‘Remain’ with 30 per c

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