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Category Archives: Letting News

GOVERNMENT PLAN TO REVIEW CARBON MONOXIDE LA...

May 01, 2018
The Government has announced that later this year they will review of the requirements for Carbon Monoxide Alarms in homes across England. The review will address whether alarms should be required for [more]
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ARLA Propertymark helping to combat rogue la...

Dec 20, 2017
Following the launch of an inquiry by The Communities and Local Government Committee into whether councils have adequate powers to tackle rogue landlords, ARLA Propertymark has issued a full response. [more]
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Energy Performance Update

Oct 17, 2017
The Government has finally released its Guidance on the minimum level of energy efficiency required for private rented properties. Our previous post on minimum energy levels can be read on a previous [more]
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ARLA Chief Executive David Cox’s statement r...

Oct 05, 2017
Communities Secretary, Sajid Javid MP has used his speech to the Conservative Party Conference to announce plans to introduce mandatory regulation for letting agents in England. These measures follow [more]
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Newham Council and Self-Assessment

Aug 21, 2017
Newham council has discovered that half its 27,000 landlords have failed to register for self-assessment. Unpaid tax is estimated to be £200m in London alone. Newham Council introduced a compulsory li [more]
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Services of Notice

Jun 30, 2017
The Court of Appeal recently considered the question of whether a document could be served at an address that the landlord knew had been vacated when the tenant had given an alternative address. The t [more]
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Important Product Information For Beko &...

Jun 13, 2017
Beko Plc are initiating a voluntary repair programme as a precautionary measure to locate 3,450 8kg & 9kg Beko and Blomberg condenser tumble dryers manufactured between May and November 2012. As p [more]
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If housing were the only issue, how would yo...

May 30, 2017
With the General Election looming, ARLA take a look at what the three major parties have in store for the housing sector. Housing policy is at the top of every parties’ agenda, so below is a rou [more]
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Rental property insurance – Do I reall...

Apr 20, 2017
Paying for buildings and sometimes content insurance for a property you own is always recommended. Many landlords believe that paying for insurance for a property they do not occupy is a waste of mone [more]
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Homelessness Reduction Bill

Apr 06, 2017
More-The Letting Centre on the Isle of Wight have been informed by Painsmith Solicitors that the Homelessness Bill has now passed its third and final reading in the House of Lords and will get its Roy [more]
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Rogue landlords to face penalties up to £30,...

Mar 22, 2017
The Government have confirmed that new measures to crack down on rogue landlords will come into force on 6 April. The new measures to be implemented under the Housing and Planning Act include powers t [more]
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Minimum Energy Performance rating of an E

Mar 13, 2017
Pain Smith Solicitors have informed More – The Letting Centre that a minimum energy performance rating of E will be required to rent a residential property as from 1st April 2018. This requireme [more]
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Rising Rents

Mar 10, 2017
  More The Letting Centre have seen demand for rental properties across the Isle of Wight increase by over 40 percent in the past six months, with available rental stock year on year dropping by [more]
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Banning Orders – not open enough and n...

Mar 03, 2017
ARLA Propertymark, of which More – The Letting Centre are members, has recently responded to the Government’s consultation on what offences will constitute a banning order under the Housing and Planni [more]
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Landlord fined for failing to make safety im...

Feb 20, 2017
On 1 February 2017, a landlord who failed to comply with an Improvement Notice and carry out essential repairs to his property was ordered to pay fines and costs of more than £6,000 following an inves [more]
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Keeping your home free from condensation and...

Feb 14, 2017
At this time of year many tenants make contact with our office reporting, what they believe to be, damp issues at their properties.  Upon inspection many of these reports turn out to be black spot mou [more]
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MORE – THE LETTING CENTRE LOOK AT SOME...

Feb 06, 2017
Over the past 12 months the Government has hit landlords hard with changes to the tax they pay and can claim back.  We have compiled a few tax rules for our Landlords to consider. Stamp Duty Land Tax [more]
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Consultation of fees ban to start in March/A...

Jan 27, 2017
During a debate in the House of Lords on the 19th of January Baroness Grender, who introduced the Renters’ Rights Bill, tabled a question asking about the “steps to implement a ban on lettings f [more]
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The Chancellor of the Exchequers Autumn Stat...

Jan 27, 2017
You may already be aware that the Chancellor of the Exchequers Autumn Statement contained proposals to ban letting agents from levying any sort of fee to tenants. These proposals have the potential, i [more]
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