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New Proposals Could Critically Damage The Private Rented Sector In Wales

New Proposals Could Critically Damage The Private Rented Sector In Wales

New Proposals Could Be Costly For
Landlords With Properties In Wales

There Residential Landlords Association (RLA) have released alarming news that will cause major concern for landlords who own rental properties in Wales

Cardiff city council released two new consultations before Easter 2014,

  • Considerable change in planning guidance
  • The extension of additional licensing to Plasnewydd

Rent controls appear to be quite a crucial political issue and with another general election looming the RLA feel that it is imperative that the facts are understood by landlords with rental properties in Wales.

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Selective Licensing Of PRS Landlords Set For Liverpool

Selective Licensing Of PRS Landlords Set For Liverpool

Selective Licensing Of PRS Landlords Set For Liverpool

Liverpool City council are currently researching proposals to implement a city-wide selective licensing scheme on private rented sector (PRS) landlords and are seeking input and feedback from local landlords prior to taking the proposal further.

Licensing consultation responses are being collected by Liverpool city council as the consultation opened on 24th March 2014 and is expected to close on 16th June 2014.

The local authority insist that the licensing of all private rental sector landlords in the city will help improve the overall standard of accommodation in the borough’s private rented sector (PRS) and will also help to tackle low demand.

The city council’s consultation documents reference anti-social behaviour (ASB), but do not position anti-social behaviour as a primary reason for the scheme.

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