Over the past week, the Consumer Rights Bill has been passing through the report stage in the House of Lords. Peers have rejected Labour's amendments.
To say thank-you to our current tenants, we're revealing next year's portfolio in our Sneak Peek week!
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As temperatures drop and coats become fashionable again, Leeds battles back against the cold with the opening of a chilli shop in the Merrion Centre.
The Residential Landlords Association has accused the Labour leader of launching a “populist tirade” against the private rented sector.
Plans for the construction of hundreds of new homes are set to be rejected by the council due to the flooding risk pointed out by campaigners.
Leeds City Council has adopted a housing target set out by the Core Strategy, which would see 70,000 new homes built by 2028.
As the buy-to-let sector continues to grow, it is predicted that the value of the UK's rental property will surpass £1 trillion by mid-2015.
The number of tenants in severe arrears drops significantly as economic outlook improves.
If you're a tenant in one of our properties, you might see a new alarm installed over the next few months - here's our handy guide on how it works