The Residential Landlords’ Association has outlined its initial proposals for self-regulation in the private rented sector.
The RLA has set out a two-path approach to self-regulation in its ‘Reigning in Regulation’ document. The association recommends a nationally-recognised, accreditation system that will reward and identify ‘good landlords’ and a system of localised enforcement action to target non-compliant landlords.
The proposals aim to create better standards within the private rental sector, with the objectives of making the sector ‘safe, legal, and secure’.
The draft proposals are currently being considered in an inquiry by the All Party Parliamentary Group for the private rented sector.
- Read the RLA’s ‘Reining in Regulation’ proposals in full
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