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Section 21 Housing Act, 1988. 1. Brief History 2. What is it 3. Why is it used, and 4. How often 5. Impact on 1. Brief history. Sec 21 was introduced at a time of High ( relative at the time ) Housing demand and low housing provision. At the time tenancies were governed by the Rent Act where repossession of properties and control of rent were so restrictive that as a means of encouraging
Letter to the BBC: Well done to Catrin Nye for exposing the misery of tenants, the plight of Social landlords and Private landlords. There was a little more emphasis on Social landlords, and the fact that government funding is going towards assisting claimants of Housing allowance for Council – Local Authority Housing as a priority (not private landlords), wasn’t picked up. The knock on impact of Council Tax for all residents could have been calculated
Confirmed by Association of Residential Lettings Agents (ARLA) – but its not just ARLA – no other briefings from anyone representing landlords! As landlords are being encouraged and its not been hard to condemn rogue / criminal Landlords, so to should agents censure those that charge the highest and most unjustified / unreasonable fees. Whilst in no way supporting the total ban, you could see the impetus for the legislation as the industries bodies being
…for energy improvements LED bulbs, loft insulation – yes, absolutely agree its a landlord’s duty. But Floor insulation – for the whole ground floor of a property to be dug up (tenants accommodated elsewhere for some weeks) isn’t going to be done for £3,500. I really would like to use whatever builder Heather employs though. Of course the chancellor could have helped this situation in the budget by re-introducing Landlord’s Energy Saving Allowance (LESA) –
Not a lot of legislation or Government proposals of much practical use in the Property Redress Scheme (PRS), but here’s one of the very few that will actually help the majority of good tenants and actually facilitate landlords to take ‘more of a risk’. Because its not understood, that evaluating and taking risk, is the business a landlord is in to the tune of six figures. (Whilst other Government proposals are to cap deposits and
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