Tag: featured

Bristol Additional Licensing approved!

Filed in Breaking News, Bristol, Landlords by on 19th February, 2018 8 Comments
Bristol Additional Licensing approved!

Bristol landlords, news update 11th April 2019: BCC have issued formal public notice of this additional licensing scheme: Click here: Public notice- Central Bristol AL designation 2019 vFinal.  Bristol landlords, news update 2nd April 2019: The Mayor and other members of the Bristol City Council Cabinet met today and approved the implementation of Additional Licensing within […]

Continue Reading »

New powers for Councils to deal with Rogue Landlords

Filed in Landlords by on 21st June, 2017 3 Comments
New powers for Councils to deal with Rogue Landlords

 The Housing and Planning Act 2016 has given councils new powers to deal with rogue landlords. These include Rent Repayment Orders (RROs) and Civil Penalty Notices (CPNs). The government has defined a ‘rogue landlord’ as ‘a landlord who knowingly flouts their obligations by renting out unsafe and substandard accommodation to tenants’. This survey is relevant […]

Continue Reading »

Tenant Fees Act 2019

Filed in Breaking News, Landlords by on 7th April, 2017 6 Comments
Tenant Fees Act 2019

The Government have now released their Tenant Fees Act 2019 Guide for Landlords and Agents.  Click here: Tenant Fees Act 2019 Guidance_for_Landlords & Agents.    Click here for a copy of the Tenant Fees Act 2019. The Tenant Fees Act 2019 will impact Letting Agents and Landlords. An indepth understanding of the Act will be required for […]

Continue Reading »

EPC Exemptions Register

Filed in Landlords by on 1st April, 2016 2 Comments
EPC Exemptions Register

Update (6 Nov 2017) to the original post: Where a landlord believes that an F or G EPC rated property they let qualifies for an exemption from the minimum energy efficiency standard, an exemption must be registered on the National PRS Exemptions Register. Landlords who wish to register an exemption for a domestic or non-domestic […]

Continue Reading »