The DCLG has set October 1, 2014 as the concrete date by which letting and property management agents must join an authorised consumer redress scheme.
The findings of a monthly rental index show that furnished properties in towns and cities prove to be more profitable than unfurnished properties, particularly in Leeds.
A major new survey by the RLA puts a severe dent in the argument that retaliatory evictions are widespread in the private rented sector, as suggested by Labour and Shelter.
The world's third largest pizza chain, having launched its first store in Leeds, is offering a pizza giveaway at its official opening on Saturday.
Although the number of buy-to-let mortgage options continues to soar, there has been another drop in the number of landlords in severe arrears.
Disconcerting research by 'Europe's leading ticket marketplace' places Leeds at number one in the cheesy music fan chart.
Research carried out by a top insurance company shows that a significant number of landlords are not carrying out basic checks, leaving themselves exposed to bad tenants.
A new bar is coming soon to the Merrion Centre Arena Quarter, ideally placed to soak up the pre and post-gig footfall in the area.
HMRC has sent out thousands of letters to buy-to-let investors they suspect of bending the rules in order to pay less tax.
After being rejected in May, developers have put forward an amended plan to transform a disused school and a former police depot into new homes, which the council has accepted.