On 8 January 2019 the Council’s Cabinet approved recommendations to conduct a consultation on proposals to designate certain sections of the city as subject to Selective Licensing for privately rented properties under Part 3 of the Housing Act 2004. The consultation commenced on 9 January 2019 and ended on 20 March 2019. Following the outcome […]
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Regulation 9 of the Licensing and Management of Houses in Multiple Occupation and other Houses (Miscellaneous Provisions) (England) Regulations 2006 On 8 January 2019 Coventry City Council met and it was unanimously approved to conduct a consultation on proposals to designate the whole of the area subject to additional licensing for HMOs under Part 2 […]
Having read and seen the statistics for the Coventry area it seems that whilst everywhere is following an upwards trend in rentals that the government Efforts to make investing in the private rental sector by making it more expensive is having the predicted effect. Landlords and letting agents have had a fair amount of legislation […]
The government has confirmed its intention to repeal section 21 Legislation from the housing act 1988 as part of the governments drive and improvement of the rental sector as set out in the Renters’ Reform Bill 2019–20 as announced on the queens annual speech on the 19th December, the current section 21 legislation currently allows […]
What buy to let tax needs to be paid as a property investor? I feel that this is a good place to start by asking this question. After all, this is what our property accountants are asked each time they speak with clients. We need to understand the types of taxes involved when trying to understand […]
In mid-April 2019, the Government announced they propose to consult on scrapping Section 21. These are referred to as the “no-fault” repossessions in the private rental market. Section 21 notices have been the source of controversy in the rental market, with a growing difference in how tenants and landlords view it. The Residential Landlords Association, […]