Can The Government Really Provide Family-Friendly Tenancies?

Last month Communities Secretary Eric Pickles announced the Government’s new measures to encourage longer fixed term, family-friendly tenancies and raise standards in the private rented sector including tenants being able to ask for longer tenancies, the use of a model tenancy agreement, a Tenants’ Charter and a letting agents’ compulsory redress scheme able to award

Check If You Can Sublet

It is common for owners of properties to sublet them either having purchased a property for that purpose or because circumstances create that opportunity. It is vital however that anyone purposing to let a property does check that they are entitled to do so. Two recent developments illustrate the importance of this. In the case

Free Seminar: Reviewing residential letting: opportunities, obstacles, deposits and disputes

DATE: MONDAY 2ND DECEMBER TIME: 5.30PM REGISTRATION FOR A 6PM START VENUE: EALING GOLF CLUB, PERIVALE LANE, GREENFORD, UB6 8TS A regular review never comes amiss, but it’s all too easy for rental properties to miss out on this essential activity. If you’re a residential landlord with properties that are either freehold, leasehold or in