A survey suggests that a large proportion of UK landlords are unprepared for the coming changes that are now less than a fortnight away.
A new survey reveals a high level of tenant satisfaction with their landlords, and with the sector in general.
Liberal Democrat MPs have tabled motions in the Commons aimed at stopping the Right to Rent policy, which comes into effect on February 1.
Plans for the development of a new community, including more than a thousand homes, have been submitted to the council.
Although Right to Rent checks will not become mandatory until next month, landlords and letting agents have been advised that they can begin checks early.
Two landlords have raised £50,000 to wage a legal battle against the tax changes announced by the government in last summer's budget.
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A new report from ARLA looking at how the rental sector will develop over the next decade predicts massive growth in size, and rent rises too.
After almost a decade of lying vacant, a masterplan has finally been formulated and submitted to redevelop the former Yorkshire Chemicals site.
In one of the biggest private rented sector surveys conducted this year, tenants reveal how long they prefer to stay and how much they're prepared to pay.