I popped down to see Anthony Gold on Thursday, the solicitors who are now working with me to provide legal services for my Landlord Law site.
They are a great bunch of people with a frightening amount of knowledge and experience in housing law.
In order to allow Landlord Law members tap into this, we are looking to set up a ‘request a quote’ service – so Landlord Law members will be able to find out the cost of potential work.
Hopefully it will be online soon.
But what happened on the blog?
Ben Reeve Lewis concludes our short series looking back at the Housing Act 1988 – and sparks off quite a discussion! Take a look here …
David Smith takes a look at the clause in question and gives his views. Read more here …
Landlord thinks he can require a tenant to go after giving one months notice in a letter. Is he right? Find out here …
I take a look at a new report from Professor Michael Ball, commissioned by the RLA and give out a few thoughts. Read them here …
Ben looses his fence to the storm and confesses that he is actually a bit of a snob. Find out why here …
- Read the full report from Prof Ball on why government should not impose longer fixed term tenancies
- More homeless being housed in shipping containers – here are some pictures
- Alan Wyllie tells it like it is on Bedroom Tax
- Finally – it may be cheaper for you to live in Spain …