Dear reader, As part of our effort to make things easier for our members and other interested readers, we’ve decided to move our blog to our website. Since its inception in December 2009, the NLA blog has been a standalone source of useful information for all to read. It will remain useful and available for … Continue reading We’re moving!
Author: National Landlords Association
With the winter weather set to begin, many homes will experience frozen pipes, heating not working and several other seasonal issues. For landlords, it’s vital to understand which insurance cover(s) they need, and what each policy covers. NLA Top 5 Winter Tips Prevent frozen pipes According to the AA, you should insulate your pipes as … Continue reading Essential Winter Insurance Tips For Landlords
This month, Chris Norris, NLA Director of Policy and Practice, is hopeful as the government considers a tax break for landlords that the NLA has been recommending for years. The NLA is working closely with ministers to tackle energy-efficiency challenges for landlords and is also trying to find out what Right to Rent will mean … Continue reading NLA in action
Criminal gangs are increasingly moving into rural and coastal towns and looking to rent properties. We show you how to minimise the risk of unknowingly letting to a drugs gang. Landlords in rural areas may think the risk of criminals moving into their properties is minimal, but a report issued by the National Crime Agency … Continue reading Could you be an innocent victim of ‘county lines’ drug crime?
The Chancellor surprised everyone by announcing that the Budget would take place on Monday, 29 October, much earlier than expected since Brexit negotiations conclude at the end of November. While the Conservative Party conference earlier this month revealed only a handful of major policy announcements, the Budget is likely to look to strengthen the UK’s … Continue reading What’s in the Budget?