RLA Cymru is urging members and private Welsh landlords to take part in a survey to measure sentiments of Welsh Assembly Government proposals for the private landlords to register properties rented in Wales…
RLA Cymru director, Douglas Haig has already appealed to the Welsh Assembly Government this year over proposals that landlords will have to register all their properties with Councils if Housing Bill Wales criteria is to going to be passed. If you rent properties in Wales please a few moments to take our survey.
The survey will be used in on-going consultations to try and make lives for landlords in Wales easier, with fuller member representation making results all the more relevant.
The most important aspects of proposals include the obligation for landlords to register all their properties with local authorities and attend training days to be able to register for licences to let our properties. There are costs associated with each step of the process and though they are nominal in a housing sense, they are part of proposals.
The proposals are starting to gain traction within Government so now is the time to put an end to unfair proposals before they go to debate and pilot.
RLA Wales will continue to lobby and campaign for private landlords, however proactivity and feedback is more important now than ever. Take part in the survey and always attend local meetings when you can.
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