NLA Blogs

In 2014, the Government introduced regulations to establish uniformity among suppliers in the way…
  If you have done preparatory work to your properties in the autumn months, you shouldn’t…
Happy tenants make happy landlords, and a few simple gestures can go a long way towards creating…
  Find out the latest on the Tenant Fees Bill, and how we're working with the government to…
Everyone wants the end of a tenancy to go smoothly. Tenants want to be able to move without too…
Debate in Westminster today is focussing on section 21 ‘no fault’ evictions. Many organisations…
Landlords often face some consternation when deciding if they will let to someone on Housing…
As the number of tenants in the private rented sector continues to grow, so do the demands for pet…
For landlords, section 8 has become a time consuming and expensive process with a distinct lack of…
  The Grenfell Tower fire has forced a change in fire-safety rules. Find out what it means…
Although light on announcements for landlords, statements around personal tax (including the…
  Chris Norris, NLA director of policy and practice, is calling on all members this month to…
Advice Line expert Catherine Behdad highlights 6 critical pointers for landlords of student…
From October, rules set out in the Deregulation Act requiring landlords in England to issue…
This week is Gas Safety Week. Gas Safe Register’s latest research reveals that just over half of…
1) The issue: NLA backs Humber Landlords Association in High Court challenge to Hull City Council…
With the winter weather set to begin, many homes will experience frozen pipes, heating not working…