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In the Queen’s Speech, the government has announced the policies and proposals in the Renters Reform Bill that it wishes to introduce for the Private Rented Sector.
A Supreme Court decision last month found in favour of landlords in a landmark case regarding the valid service of section 21 notices. The court also refused to grant permission for an appeal by the tenant.
Former LPA speaker and head of Landlord Action, Paul Shamplina, predicts the Rental Reform White Paper will be delayed until October 2022.
The Sheffield Star reports that a landlord has been awarded £100,000 in damages after taking a community rights group to court for harassment and defamation.
In recent years, landlords in England have been subject to an increasing number of consultations and new legislation. 2022 will be a bumper year. Find out what to expect.
A government department is seeking the views from landlords about how the taxation of property income could be simplified. Have your say by completing their online survey.
In Leeds a condition of HMO licence renewal is training within 6 months from the date of commencement of the licence. Find out the details and dates of council approved training.
Major changes to Covid guidance have taken place in 2022. With Covid rates rising rapidly, here is an LPA update of the government’s Covid advice for landlords and tenants.
Leeds Beckett University has sold student accommodation to a property developer who will redevelop the site into purpose built student accommodation with 457 beds.
Home Office delays changes to Right to Rent until 30 September. They have also issued advice on how to complete checks without discriminating against applicants.