RLA’s Big Quiz of the Year

Welcome to the RLA's Big Quiz of the Year

2018 has been a busy year for landlords – with a raft of legislation and other changes introduced.

As we enter the New Year why not take our fun quiz for the chance to win £100 in Amazon vouchers – just the way to start 2019.

Terms and Conditions

  • The RLA's Big Quiz of the Year prize draw (the "Prize Draw") is open to all RLA Members and Non-Members
  • The closing date of the Prize Draw is 23:59 on 28th February 2019.  Entries received outside this time period will not be considered
  • One winner will be chosen at random from the highest scoring entries. The draw will take place on 1st March 2019, the winner will be notified by email
  • Employees of the RLA may not enter the Prize Draw
  • One entry per person
  • The winner will receive a £100 Amazon voucher by email after the draw has taken place
  • No cash alternative will be made
  • RLA reserve the right to withdraw or amend the Prize Draw without prior notice


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Who was named Housing Minister in January 2018,
becoming the 16th person to hold the post in 20 years?

The Fitness for Human Habitation Bill
was progressing through the Commons
in January. Why is the RLA backing the
What major change did the RLA
make in March last 
In March the RLA announced
a well-known politician would
be speaking at its Future Renting
North conference. Who was it?
What major changes did the
Government make when it came
to Universal Credit in spring 2018?
Which landmark anniversary did
the RLA celebrate in April?
New minimum energy efficiency
standards were introduced in April
covering new lets and renewals.
What is the minimum energy efficiency
rating needed on an EPC for homes to
be let out? 
The government made moves to
drive criminals out of the sector
this spring. What new measures
did they introduce?
What new rules, introduced on
May 25
th saw the RLA’s advice
team take a record number of calls –
and the release of a full suite of new
documents and training for members? 
In June the government announced
it would be consulting on a proposal
first put forward b
y the RLA. What is
the plan for?
Who was named the new housing
minister in July this year?
In August the RLA’s research arm
celebrated its first anniversary,
but what is it called?
Which respected industry body
backed the RLA’s call for the
government to lift the freeze on
Local Housing Allowance rates?
Changes were announced in July
 landlords to have electrical
installations in their rental homes
checked regularly. How
 often will 
the new checks 
need to be carried out? 
What changes affecting PRS landlords
were introduced at the end of September
Which government minister addressed
the RLA’s fringe event at the Conservative
Party Conference in October
In November the government
announced a cap on spending for
landlords with F or G rated
properties who need to bring them
up to standard. What is the cap:
The government announced changes
to the Tenants Fees Bill. The new cap
on deposits for most landlords is now
how many week’s rent?
What did London Mayor Sadiq Khan
say he would like to see introduced
in the capital this December? 
The RLA supported a Judicial Review
nto which government policy last month?

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