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Research conducted by Propertymark into the shrinking private rented sector has been raised in the Scottish Parliament during a debate on the implications of the Coronavirus (Recovery and Reform) Bill. Propertymark recently surveyed over 400 letting agents across the UK.

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Propertymark’s policy manager for the UK devolved nations Daryl McIntosh has joined the Scottish Parliament’s Cross-Party Group on Housing. The group’s membership includes MSPs and representatives from a range of organisations who share information and discuss matters relating to h

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The Lomond Group of estate agencies spanning England and Scotland has unveiled that it has joined forces with Propertymark to deliver a ground-breaking training and development strategy. It has sealed a major new agreement designed to nurture the home-grown talent of its 1,000 people employed across

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The tenant-centred approach being taken to further reform Scotland’s rented sector is overlooking the needs and rights of letting agents and their landlords, according to Propertymark. Its response to the consultation on the Scottish Government’s draft rented sector strategy, A New Deal

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Propertymark’s Daryl McIntosh has raised concerns that Scotland’s Additional Dwelling Supplement is "inhibiting and skewing investment" in the private rented sector. The Scottish Government has opened a consultation on its Land and Buildings Transaction Tax (LBTT), but Propertymark has s

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Proposed reforms to the private rented sector are on the horizon for Scotland and upcoming sessions hosted by Propertymark will provide the opportunity to discuss some of the key proposals, their likely impacts on the sector, and highlight areas of concern to the listening ears of Scottish Governmen

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The Scottish Government must remove the shackles from a pilot offering homeowners energy-efficiency support if it is to maximise the potential of a national rollout, Propertymark has said. Just 55 eligible homeowners have been helped with loans and installations for energy efficiency measures since

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