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Latest news from ARLA | Association Of Residential Letting Agents
  1. From today, 1 October 2018, the changes to the Section 21 Notice come into force for letting agents and landlords in England. All landlords and agents should now stop using their existing Notices.

    Changes to Section 21 Notices for Letting Agents and Landlords in England originally appeared on the ARLA website on 01 October 2018. This content cannot be reproduced without prior written consent.

  2. The Government has responded to recommendations for improving building regulations and fire safety, made by the MHCLG Select Committee. In their response, they say they will set out an implementation plan "in the autumn".

    Government plan for fire safety and building regulations expected soon originally appeared on the ARLA website on 01 October 2018. This content cannot be reproduced without prior written consent.

  3. We've submitted our representation to HM Treasury ahead of Chancellor Philip Hammond's 2018 Autumn Budget announcement which is expected towards the end of October.

    Our representation to HM Treasury ahead of Autumn budget originally appeared on the ARLA website on 10 October 2018. This content cannot be reproduced without prior written consent.

  4. As lettings agents it’s essential that you understand that inspections and inventory checks are conducted to service landlords and your tenants. However, it's also essential to protect your own company's liabilities and those of your landlord when it comes to compliance controls and health, safety and security checks.

    Cover your liabilities by performing professional inventory inspections originally appeared on the ARLA website on 15 October 2018. This content cannot be reproduced without prior written consent.

  5. Today the Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government (MHCLG) has launched a £20 million fund which will allow councils to put in place new schemes so that those at risk of homelessness will have the support they need to secure their own tenancy.

    Brokenshire pledges funding for homeless via private rented sector originally appeared on the ARLA website on 10 October 2018. This content cannot be reproduced without prior written consent.

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