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A landlord risked the lives of a young mother and her child by providing a dangerous gas oven installed in the house he rented to them a court has heard.

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Lomond Capital has secured a significant foothold in Birmingham with the acquisition of John Shepherd Lettings and its 1,050 unit portfolio. 

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Leaders’ latest acquisition has given the group its 85th branch and its first chance to tenjoy the lucrative Oxford lettings market. 

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After scores of councils across the country have introduced selective licensing, one has bucked the trend and after extensive consultation decided against such a regime.

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Banning letting agents levying fees on tenants and extra tax breaks for landlords who sign up for a national accreditation scheme have been proposed by Chartered Institute of Housing. 

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ARLA TV ad campaign starts this evening

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"The Association of Residential Letting Agents’ latest TV campaign begins this evening with advertisement slots in the Midlands, north east and south west regions.

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One of the country’s largest surveys of landlords shows that over half of them would never use an online letting agent over a traditional high street agent.

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A council has demolished an illegal outbuilding that was being used as a bed in a shed' after a rogue landlord failed to comply with a planning enforcement notice - and is planning to bill the landlord for up to £10,000 in costs.

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Private landlords in Brent will be forced to pay £350 to subscribe to a compulsory five-year licensing scheme after the local authority rejected opponents’ arguments.

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The government has ended the uncertainty over the start of the lettings sector’s compulsory redress regime with the news that it will begin on October 1 according to the National Landlords' Association.

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