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Published on 12th April 2018, the annual Homeless Monitor considers homelessness across England. It also takes note of how the Homelessness Reduction Act 2017 (in force from 3rd April 2018) has been respected for emphasising the need for more support for single people and the need for further homelessness prevention measures.
The House in Multiple Occupation (“HMO”) licensing and planning regimes often spring a nasty surprise on unsuspecting landlords, placing them at risk of hefty fines for breaking the rules.With the law soon to change, and to place demands on even more landlords, this blog post sets out the current and future HMO regulatory landscape.
Ombudsman Services announced last February that it will be starting a managed withdrawal of the free service available to redress disputes between consumers, surveyors, managing agents, estate agents and letting agents by 6 August 2018.Chief Ombudsman, Lewis Shand Smith, stated that they decided to withdraw their services because it “does not feel it is adding any value” to an already “broken market”.