Private landlords have been the target of numerous government policies in recent years. We’ve been hit by enormous Stamp Duty bills, made de-facto border guards by Right-to-Rent, and many of us are currently being driven out of business by the combination of frozen Local Housing Allowance rates and the removal of finance cost relief by s24.
On that basis it is always concerning to learn that the Government is looking for the next great rental policy.
However, this is exactly what it is doing!
The NLA has been working with policy makers at DCLG and the Cabinet Office to shape potential future policies focusing on the PRS, which the Government would like to discuss with landlords.
We need a small number of private landlords to come to our offices in Central London to meet with officials from DCLG and the Cabinet Office to discuss ‘policy prototypes’ on Tuesday 19th September 2017.
Topics are likely to include;
- Tax incentives
- Longer term tenancies
- Tenant referencing
- Property standards
- Dispute resolution; and
- Landlord registration
This is a real chance to speak directly to policy makers about the future of government policy towards landlords.
Time: 13:30 – 15:00
Date: Tuesday 19th September 2017
Location: NLA Head Office, 2nd Floor Skyline House, 200 Union Street, London, Se1 0LX
If you are able to attend please click here to register:
Please note, places are strictly limited so please register early if you would like the chance to take part.