Housing Secretary Robert Jenrick has announced today that until the 31st May 2021 private landlords will need to continue to give tenants six months’ notice before they can repossess rental properties.more
Housing Secretary Robert Jenrick has announced today that until the 31st May 2021 private landlords will need to continue to give tenants six months’ notice before they can repossess rental properties.
Market update by Claire Woodrow, Lettings Manager Buyers and tenants returning to the workplace following the pandemic are already finding… more
The Government’s new breathing space period will freeze interest, fees and enforcement for people in problem debt, with further protections for those in mental health crisis treatment and this will apply to any rent arrears owed by tenants to landlords in England.
With over 170 pieces of legislation covering landlords in the private rental sector, you can face hefty fines or penalties if you breach your obligations. Here are some of the common laws and the penalties for landlords who do not comply.
New rules for businesses and citizens from 1 January 2021.
As we prepare to leave the EU, the Right to Rent in the UK legislation will be changing. EU, EEA and Swiss Nationals have until the end of the year to apply to continue living and renting in the UK after 31st December 2020. Citizens from other countries also need to comply, namely – Norway, Iceland, Liechtenstein and Ireland.
Applications can be done online, please go to https://www.gov.uk/staying-uk-eu-citizen
This is a very important process and we urge all Landlords to check their records.
From June 2021 Tenants from the EU and countries listed above will need to produce evidence of their Right to Rent or Landlords will be forced to serve a Section 8 Ground 7B through the courts.