More people are living in the private rented sector (PRS) than ever before, but it is also becoming increasingly regulated. That’s why the National Landlords Association (NLA) is encouraging those selected to complete the English Private Landlord Survey.
The survey is a chance for landlords and letting agents to speak out on how legislative changes affect them and their businesses, and will include questions on the kinds of properties, tenants and issues they face in the sector. The information collected will be used by the government to inform future policy about the PRS.
In addition to helping the PRS, those who participate will go into the draw to win one of five annual standard NLA memberships, including a year-long subscription to UK Landlord.
If you have received an email from a government-backed tenancy deposit scheme – ie mydeposits, Tenancy Deposit Scheme and Deposit Protection Service – with a six-digit code and web-link, then you have been selected to participate.
The survey is run by NatCen and funded by the Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government. It opens today (2 March) and closes on 22 April. The prize draw will take place on 30 April.
You can find more information about the survey here.