In less than two weeks time, the Tenant Fees Act will come into force in England. The Act will make...
We campaign to improve the private rented sector for both landlords and tenants, engaging with policymakers at all levels of Government. Our vision is to make renting better for everyone involved in the private rented sector. We will go the extra mile to deliver an informed, better educated and more supported membership community.
The different policy areas we campaign on are:
Latest Campaign Updates
The Tenant Fees Act will come into force in England on the 1st June 2019, and with this date fast...
On April 15 the government announced controversial plans to axe Section 21of the Housing and...
The House of Lords has been told the government’s consultation on plans to axe section 21...
Latest Future Renting Conference Updates
RLA Policy Director and lawyer at Anthony Gold solicitors David Smith blogs about what the EU...
Chartered Tax Advisor Sean Hughes is the latest speaker to be announced for the RLA’s Future...
Latest Research from RLA PEARL
Attitudes Harden on Right to Rent
by Dr Tom Simcock on December 18, 2018 at 8:40 am
Forty four per cent of private landlords are less likely to rent to those without a British passport according to new research from the Residential […]
Councils are failing tenants and good landlords
by RLA PEARL on November 29, 2018 at 12:01 am
TWO thirds of councils in England and Wales brought no prosecutions against private landlords in 2017/18 according to research by the Residential […]
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The Residential Landlords Association (RLA) and Gas Safe Register have joined forces to promote gas...
Landlords are now waiting longer to repossess properties for legitimate reasons, according to...