Tagged: eviction

Call for landlords to lobby MPs over nightmare tenants

Call for landlords to lobby MPs over nightmare tenants

The Residential Landlords Association is calling on Landlords to lobby MPs to tell them about nightmare tenants. This is part of a plan to debunk what it calls the myth of revenge evictions. Liberal...




Allegations of ‘revenge eviction’ refuted by ARLA

Allegations of ‘revenge eviction’ refuted by ARLA

The Association of Residential Landlords has detailed the evidence that it provided to MPs who are probing so-called ‘revenge evictions’. In summary, the evidence states that revenge eviction is rare and occurs in only...




Fast track evictions for nuisance tenants

Fast track evictions for nuisance tenants

From today, new powers introduced in the Anti Social Behaviour, Crime and Policing Act 2014 will give landlords the means to evict problem tenants more swiftly. The fast-track process will take into consideration previous...




Parliamentary inquiry into retaliatory evictions

Parliamentary inquiry into retaliatory evictions

Retaliatory evictions are to be investigated by the All Party Parliamentary Group for the Private Rented Sector. Such evictions occur when a landlord serves notice on a tenant to the leave their home as...




Landlords dispute Shelter’s claims regarding revenge evictions

Landlords dispute Shelter’s claims regarding revenge evictions

According to the Residential Landlords Association, the number of private sector tenants evicted has fallen over the past year. According to the most recent English Housing Survey just 7% of tenants that have moved...




10% renters suffer ill health due to state of property

10% renters suffer ill health due to state of property

Research from a YouGov survey has revealed that 10 per cent of 4,544 private renters in England have suffered ill health in the past 12 months because their private rented housing was of a...




Is the ‘revenge evictions’ bill needed?

Is the ‘revenge evictions’ bill needed?

There are growing concerns that a government-backed Private Members’ Bill which attempts to outlaw so-called ‘revenge evictions’ is not required. The aim of such a law is to prevent landlords evicting tenants who have...




Official code on lettings published

Official code on lettings published

Endorsed and commissioned by the UK Government, a new code has been published for the private rented sector. While parts of the code relate to mandatory legislation, most of the code sets out a...




“Revenge Eviction” term misused by media

“Revenge Eviction” term misused by media

Landlord Action has clarified what is meant by the term “revenge eviction” as media reports often equate its use to the issuing of a Section 21 notice. Revenge eviction is a term coined to...




New survey reveals that half of tenants feel ripped off

New survey reveals that half of tenants feel ripped off

A new survey conducted by Ocean Finance has revealed that half of tenants in the UK feel that they have been ripped off by either a private sector landlord or letting agent. The main...