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KEYWORD "Property Redress Scheme" - 24 RESULTS
New rent arrears guidance issued by leading housing organisations

A number of organisations from across the housing sector have teamed up to support landlords and tenants facing rent arrears as...

03 July 2020

From: Breaking News

Coronavirus: Over 70% of letting agents do not feel it is ‘safe to return to work’

The majority of letting agents think their working conditions are unsafe, according to a new survey.  More than 70% surveyed by the...

26 June 2020

From: Breaking News

New tenancy mediation service launched by the PRS

Property Redress Scheme (PRS) has launched a tenancy mediation service for residential and commercial landlords, or their appointed letting agent, and...

28 April 2020

From: Breaking News

Sharp rise in disputes handled by the Property Redress Scheme

There was a significant increase in the number of disputes under the Property Redress Scheme last year, according to the organisation’s...

29 May 2019

From: Breaking News

Paul Shamplina, Founder and Director of Landlord Action and Brand Ambassador of Hamilton Fraser

Who are you?  Paul Shamplina What does it say on your business card? Founder and Director of Landlord Action and Brand Ambassador of...

15 February 2019

From: 60 Second Interview

Property management firm fined £5k for non-compliance

Property management company Titlecroft Limited has been fined £5,000 for failing to join a government-approved property redress scheme, which is a...

11 January 2019

From: Breaking News

Some agents may ‘have missed the deadline’ to switch redress schemes

The Ombudsman Services (OS) is no longer handling consumer complaints in the property and housing sector after withdrawing from the industry. The...

07 August 2018

From: Breaking News

Does your letting agent belong to a valid redress scheme?

When a tenant paid his initial one month’s rent in addition to a tenancy deposit in exchange for the keys to...

01 August 2018

From: Breaking News

AIIC continue to push for mandatory independent inventories

The Association of Independent Inventory Clerks (AIIC) remains hopeful that independent inventory reporting will become a compulsory requirement. The AIIC, the UK’s...

27 July 2018

From: Breaking News

Buy-to-let landlords face compulsory ombudsman scheme

In order to solve tenant disputes, landlords will soon be required to register with a redress scheme, helping to improve operating...

10 November 2017

From: Breaking News

Make CMP mandatory on agents ‘at the earliest opportunity’ government told

Given that thousands of landlords and tenants are not protected by client money protection (CMP), placing money held by letting agents are...

25 October 2017

From: Breaking News

Complaints against letting agents soar

With more sales and letting agent branches than ever before now signed up to redress schemes, partly because it has been...

11 September 2017

From: Breaking News

Tenants and landlords make up bulk of complaints to redress scheme

Tenants and landlords accounted for over 85% of complaints made to The Property Redress Scheme (The PRS) in 2016.  The organisation's annual...

15 August 2017

From: Breaking News

Regulation needed to ensure evictions are ‘conducted professionally and sensitively’

Thousands of tenants are evicted from their homes every year, but to make sure that eviction firms follow correct procedure they...

25 July 2017

From: Breaking News

TPO appoints new council chair

When a tenant paid his initial one month’s rent in addition to a tenancy deposit in exchange for the keys to...

23 May 2017

From: Breaking News

The Landlord Law Conference takes place tomorrow

Despite recent tax changes, buy-to-let property remains an attractive investment at a time of low interest rates and volatile stock markets,...

18 May 2017

From: Breaking News

New podcasts designed to ‘educate’ buy-to-let landlords

Private renting policy changes will undoubtedly challenge many private landlords, and could even drive some small buy-to-let investors out of the...

09 January 2017

From: Breaking News

Landlords overwhelmingly support compulsory client money protection

Four out of five buy-to-let landlords believe that client money protection (CMP) should be made compulsory when they use a letting...

29 October 2016

From: Breaking News

AIIC launches online training courses

The Association of Independent Inventory Clerks (AIIC) has announced that it is now offering a comprehensive range of high quality online...

04 August 2016

From: Sponsored Content

Inventory industry committed to ensuring customers’ rights are met

It is good practice to have a detailed and accurate inventory completed at the start of the tenancy, and again when...

03 June 2016

From: Breaking News

Council's new powers to fine agents flouting redress schemes

One of Britain’s largest local authorities has beefed up its powers so it can issue fines of up to £5,000 on...

13 November 2015

From: Breaking News

One redress scheme refreshes Codes of Practice while another offers ADR

Two of the three government-approved property redress schemes have made announcements in recent days.  The Property Ombudsman Scheme (TPO) has revised its...

05 October 2015

From: Breaking News

Mystery over expelled agent’s redress scheme membership

Mystery surrounds the redress scheme membership status of a letting agent expelled from The Property Ombudsman (TPO). Bruten & Co Ltd, an agent...

07 September 2015

From: Breaking News

PRS expels agent for failing to pay award to tenant

The Property Redress Scheme (PRS) has expelled Croydon-based Jordan Residential following non-compliance with a redress decision. The complaint regarded a holding deposit....

10 August 2015

From: Breaking News

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