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If my tenant has damaged the property, what should I do?

21 September 2018 / By: / Under: Landlords

In an ideal world, your tenants will respect your property and will tell you immediately if they have caused any damage to it while offering to pay for any repairs.

Gas Safety in Rental Properties

A landlord’s gas safety responsibilities – Gas Safety Week

14 September 2018 / By: / Under: Landlords

Gas Safety Week runs from 17th to 23rd September 2018. Supported by ARLA Propertymark, the week aims to raise awareness of gas safety. Find out more.

One in five landlords set to remain in buy-to-let in the long-term

24 August 2018 / By: / Under: News

One in five landlords set to remain in buy-to-let in the long-term, according to new research from mortgage lender Foundation Home Loans. Find out more.

Plans for EPC reform

Plans to reform EPCs to improve their performance

7 August 2018 / By: / Under: News

A consultation is underway as the government aims to see how Energy Performance Certificates (EPCs) can be reformed to encourage energy efficiency improvement across the private rented sector. Find out more.

Energy Performance Certificate

Landlords warned to be ready for 2020 EPC deadline

24 July 2018 / By: / Under: Landlords

New minimum energy efficiency standards (MEES) were imposed from 1 April 2018, but a second deadline is set for 1 April 2020. Landlords are being told to start preparing for the second deadline in 2020 now. Find out more.

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