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The communities secretary has announced he is considering establishing a specialist housing court to deal with disputes between landlords and tenants.
Around 10% of rental properties in England are likely to be advertised unlawfully by explicitly discriminating against people who rely on housing benefit.
The Government has announced plans to review the current health and safety standards for rental accommodation.
Local authorities would be able to generate £320bn for the wider economy if they had the powers to build a ‘new generation’ of high-quality council housing.
A union has called on London boroughs to follow Brent Council by developing a business rate scheme which incentivises employers to pay a living wage.
James Duncan, head of the PRS team at Winckworth Sherwood, investigates build-to-rent.
The Government has announced it is launching a review into selective licensing to find out how well it is working.
Local authorities are failing to protect private renters from ‘revenge evictions’ despite new legislation designed to protect tenants.
All 33 of London’s boroughs have now signed up to the capital’s ‘rogue landlord checker’ database, mayor says.
A new retail park in Portsmouth will generate £1m per year for the city council in rental income.