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UK banks are closing client accounts UK banks are closing client accounts

19 April 2023 UK banks are closing client accounts held by established letting agents and refusing to open accounts for new businesses.

How the energy crisis is still affecting lettings How the energy crisis is still affecting lettings

12 April 2023 In the Spring Budget 2023, there was little announced on the topic of renting and housing in general. However, there were a few measures that will have an impact on energy bills for both tenants and businesses, as well as a steer on how the government aims to create more stability in the supply and demand for energy in the future. So, here’s your energy crisis lettings update.

How energy efficient homes can help safeguard against rent arrears How energy efficient homes can help safeguard against rent arrears

11 April 2023 Author: Rik Smith, Director of Tenancy Services, Goodlord

#NewsStory: The Law on Private Renting in Northern Ireland is Changing #NewsStory: The Law on Private Renting in Northern Ireland is Changing

7 March 2023 From 1 April 2023 Sections 1 to 6 of the Private Tenancies Act (Northern Ireland) 2022 will commence and landlords and tenants need to be aware of the following information.

How to deal with damp and mould in rented homes How to deal with damp and mould in rented homes

27 February 2023 There are a few common questions that arise when the issue of mould in rented properties is mentioned: what causes it, how dangerous is it, how do I remove it, how do I prevent it, and who’s responsibility is it to deal with all of that? Here’s some useful advice for tenants, landlords and agents on how to deal with damp in your rented home.

#AskTDS: Who is responsible for property maintenance? #AskTDS: Who is responsible for property maintenance?

3 October 2022 In this week’s #ASKTDS, we answered a question regarding property maintenance: ‘Who is responsible for what when it comes to property maintenance tasks in a rental property?’.

The Adjudicator: Fair Wear and Tear in Deposit Disputes The Adjudicator: Fair Wear and Tear in Deposit Disputes

1 September 2022 The Adjudicator takes a recent decision by a TDS Adjudicator and sets out the reasoning behind the decision. The aim of these digest reports is to help tenants, landlords and agents better understand how we make our adjudication decisions.

#NewsStory: The latest Statistical Briefing from The Dispute Service (TDS) highlights dispute trends, deposit increases and more across the PRS? #NewsStory: The latest Statistical Briefing from The Dispute Service (TDS) highlights dispute trends, deposit increases and more across the PRS?

15 August 2022 The latest Statistical Briefing from The Dispute Service (TDS) reveals that the number of deposits protected in the UK is increasing.

#NewsStory: What are the next steps following the Renters Reform Bill White Paper proposals? #NewsStory: What are the next steps following the Renters Reform Bill White Paper proposals?

11 August 2022 Listen to Steve Harriott, CEO of Tenancy Deposit Scheme (TDS) in discussion here.

The Adjudicator: An End of Tenancy Clean and Missing Keys The Adjudicator: An End of Tenancy Clean and Missing Keys

5 May 2022 The Adjudicator takes a recent decision by a TDS Adjudicator and sets out the reasoning behind the decision. The aim of these digest reports is to help tenants, landlords and agents better understand how we make our adjudication decisions.

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