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TLA: Choosing The Best Energy Supplier For Your Rental Property

If, like many tenants, your rental package is not bills inclusive, it will fall upon you to pick your own energy supplier. But how can you go about picking the best one, with the best value for money and the biggest impact on lowering...

Landlords: How To Become More Environmentally Friendly

In recent years the movement towards leading a sustainable and environmentally-friendly existence has been gathering pace. Alongside popular TV shows such as Blue Planet highlighting the damage our actions can have on the planet’s oceans, many retailers and supermarkets are aiming to reduce their plastic consumption and...

Coronavirus Act 2020 – How It Effects Landlords & Tenants

This note sets out how the Coronavirus Act 2020 ("the Act") affects both business and residential tenancies taking into account the Governmental advisory guidance to help understand the implications of the Act. As the situation is subject to change, the Government urges all landlords and...

Rent and coronavirus: What comes next for UK landlords and tenants affected by Covid-19?

The coronavirus crisis is now fast-approaching its fourth month and we’re only just starting to see the economic impact. The spectre of a severe recession, the likes of which, in the words of Chancellor Rishi Sunak, “we have not seen” looms large. His words are unambiguous: we are...

What Boris’s new lockdown guidance means for UK housing market

On Sunday, Boris Johnson revealed the UK government’s “lockdown easing plan”. Some things will be changing from tomorrow, but how will this affect the property sector? Boris Johnson’s speech at the weekend was unsurprisingly met with a range of reactions from members of parliament, business...

Government announces mass testing plan for Covid-19 ‘Exit Strategy’

Ministers have finally revealed a long-demanded “exit strategy” from the coronavirus lockdown with a plan to recruit an army of 18,000 people to trace and isolate infected people – allowing restrictions to be eased, they hope. Five weeks after the World Health Organisation urged all nations to “test, test, test”...

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Property market open after lockdown measures lifted

As of today (Wednesday 13th May 2020) the property market has been given the green light to open for business again by the government. This means buyers and sellers are able to move home now which is important for those who are already in...

Covid-19: TLA House Price Forecast

Property prices are being forecast to drop by a whopping 10 per cent during 2020 owing to the coronavirus lockdown - with a majority of that forecasted decline already happening over the past 8 weeks. Property Prices are preedicted to have fallen by around 6...

Government support available for landlords and renters reflecting the current coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak

The government has brought forward a package of measures to protect renters affected by coronavirus (COVID-19). With these in force, no renter in either social or private accommodation will be forced out of their home. To ensure all renters are clear on the full package...

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“How much notice do landlords have to give before repossessing the...

We have extended the provisions of the Coronavirus Act 2020, meaning that from 29 August 2020, landlords must provide six months' notice in most...

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