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Landlords respond to reports on future of Government rental reform plans

Responding to reports in The Times that the Government is considering scrapping plans to end Section 21, ‘no explanation’ repossessions, Ben Beadle, Chief Executive of the National Residential Landlords Association yesterday said:

“Whatever the Government’s plans, a wide range of reforms are desperately needed to support the sector. The supply crisis in the sector must be addressed urgently, while much more needs to be done to root out criminal and rogue landlords. Likewise vulnerable tenants can and should be better supported by unfreezing housing benefit rates.   

“The NRLA will continue to work with all parties to ensure that reforms are fair and workable and command the support of tenants and responsible landlords."

 

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Original article link: https://www.nrla.org.uk/news/landlords-respond-to-reports-on-future-of-government-rental-reform-plans

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