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If you are an NLA Member seeking landlord advice please use the telephone advice line, which is staffed during business hours - 8am - 6pm: Mon – Fri and 9am – 1pm: Sat.
Use this form if you want to directly contact the NLA about topics ranging from promotions, website issues, press or events.
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NLA business hours are 9am - 5pm: Mon - Fri

The NLA Head Office will be closed from Friday 21 December - 1 January inclusive, however the NLA Telephone Advice Line will be running at reduced hours during this period. 

Our advisors will be available from 9am – 1pm on 24 December, and 9am–5pm on Thursday 27 December and Friday 28 December. 

Normal service will be resumed from Wednesday 2 January 2019.

Department Telephone No.
Head Office 020 7840 8900
Membership 020 7840 8937
Change my details 020 7840 8937
NLA Press Office 020 7820 7904 (after hours: 075 0803 1084)
Policy & Public Affairs 020 7840 8938
Finance 020 7840 8900
Marketing 020 7840 8936
Courses 020 7840 8920
NLA Landlord Meetings 020 7840 8920
Advertising in "UK Landlord" magazine 020 3771 7232
Telephone Advice Line 020 7840 8939


Full members benefit from FREE access to our Telephone Advice Line which is staffed by a team of experienced landlords who have a wealth of knowledge on landlord-related issues. Unfortunately emails do not usually have enough detail in order to give informed advice and we are therefore unable to deal with email enquiries.