A new report from Shelter claims that children who grow up in privately rented homes lack stability in their lives, and are therefore doomed to suffer. The RLA condemns the report as scaremongering.
The award was announced by Phil Spencer, the TV property expert at a lavish luncheon & ceremony at the Hilton Park Lane London attended by 600 of the UK’s top estate and letting agents and suppliers to the industry.
The minimum fire safety standards depend on the property layout, size and number of inhabitants; however as a rough guide you should ensure that every rental property as a minimum has:
Lock bumping and snapping is on the rise in Leeds, and the majority of locks are unable to stand up to this method burglary. But there is a solution!
New to Leeds? Congratulations, you've chosen to study in one of the best student cities in the UK! With two universities, colleges for music, art, building, dance, and more, tens of thousands of students flock to Leeds every year from all over the UK. Besides studying, you all need stuff to keep you occupied, and Leeds delivers!
'Tis the season to be burgled, which can really put a dampener on the festive cheer. Student dense areas of Leeds have been, and continue to be, targeted by burglars. With a few security tips, you can help prevent the grinches from stealing Christmas!
As this semester draws to a close, it's possibly the first time you will have taken a close look at your finances, what with Christmas spending looming large. Hopefully it won't leave you chasing after scattered teeth after your jaw hits the floor. If at first you weren't too concerned about budgeting, you probably are now.
Well the Leeds International Film Festival is all done with for another year, but there's still a few other things happening in Leeds this month. So, what's going on beyond the walls of your Leeds student property? Let's take a looksy!
2013 is set to be Let-Leeds biggest year in the Leeds Student Market.
Leeds' economy is suffering from the backlash of the rise in tuition fees, which has decreased student numbers, removing a large portion of spending power.