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No fault evictions to be banned by next election, Gove says

Michael Gove (pictured), Secretary of State for Levelling Up, has said that the government...

  • Feb 12, 2024
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Renters Reform Bill will fail without adequate resources, says report

The Bill will not succeed if there is not adequate support, especially when it comes to ro...

  • Dec 13, 2023
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Leasehold and rental reform confirmed in King’s Speech

King Charles has confirmed that the government will bring forward bills on leasehold and r...

  • Nov 07, 2023
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Section 21 will only be scrapped after court reform, govt says

The government will not get rid of Section 21 evictions until the court process has been i...

  • Oct 23, 2023
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Government to hold second reading of Renters Reform Bill on Monday – reports

The second reading of the Renters Reform Bill is due to take place on Monday next, bringin...

  • Oct 18, 2023
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‘The housing market is haemorrhaging landlords’ ‒ Star Letter 21/09/2023

Each week Mortgage Solutions and its sister title, Specialist Lending Solutions, pick the ...

  • Sep 22, 2023
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Renters Reform Bill ‘must progress’ as 11,000 households face no-fault evictions

Campaign group Generation Rent has warned that the government is running out of time to ke...

  • Sep 15, 2023
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Propertymark calls for tougher rules on abandoned tenancies

Propertymark has urged the government to give attention to issues caused by the abandonmen...

  • Aug 11, 2023
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Over 170 families facing Section 21 eviction notices daily as Renters Reform Bill stalls, says Shelter

Every day 172 private renting families in England will be given a Section 21 no-fault evic...

  • Jul 19, 2023
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No fault eviction claim to be made ‘every 15 minutes’ this summer, Generation Rent says

Analysis by campaign group and charity, Generation Rent, has estimated that a Section 21 c...

  • Jul 14, 2023
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