Press Releases

The Government urgently needs to provide tenants with better information on their rights and responsibilities if it is to avoid a breakdown of trust between renters and their landlords, the National…
11 Jul 2019
The government should “think twice” before changing the rules on eviction in the private rented sector, amid signs that the most vulnerable tenants on state benefits are likely to be the biggest…
05 Jul 2019
The government has delivered a sharp rebuke to Labour-controlled city council after hearing from the National Landlords Association that it was found to be “unfairly penalising” landlords.
03 Jul 2019
Local authorities are failing in their duty to prosecute rogue letting agents, undermining efforts to improve the image of the private rented sector, the National Landlords Association warns today.
03 Jul 2019
The Selective Licensing Review report demonstrates the Government’s unwillingness to listen to landlords, the National Landlords Association (NLA) says.  The report, which was released today,…
25 Jun 2019
SECTION 21 repossessions should be retained in the private rented sector unless and until a new system is in place that provides landlords with the same level of confidence  about repossessing…
04 Jun 2019
The proposed abolition of Section 21, which will do away with landlords’ rights to legally repossess property in an efficient and cost-effective way, will leave them “virtually powerless” to tackle…
03 Jun 2019
The National Landlords Association (NLA) is concerned the Tenant Fees Act 2019 may limit access to rented property for tenants in areas with selective licensing.
30 May 2019
Polling conducted by the National Landlords Association (NLA)* suggests that private landlords have lost faith in the Conservative Party, with only one in six (15.75 per cent) now…
17 May 2019
The National Landlords Association (NLA) is lambasting the Government’s proposal to remove Section 21 ‘no fault’ evictions, essentially creating indefinite tenancies. 
15 Apr 2019