One tweak to the Renters (Reform) Bill could transform renters’ awareness of rights, drive up landlords’ compliance with new rules and reduce council’s workload at a time of financial difficulty. […]
Hannah Fearn recently focused on the Residental Landlords’ Association‘s call to politicians to back regulations they feel will increase properties and raise standards in the PRS. All parties are urged in this election year to support this sector which the RLA feels has the potential to become ‚Äòa first choice for those seeking a place to live’. Hannah points out that far from making an active ‚Äòchoice’ about their tenure, private renters of 2015 feel ‚Äòtrapped’ and optionless.