I have written about this in the past, but I am so annoyed that I am jolly well going to write about it again. The government is gradually dismantling all the helpful landlord and tenant information sites which were created under the last government. And replacing them with – well with new sites which are nothing like […]
More housing is desperately needed but are Government plans really going to help? The Public Accounts Committee have their doubts
Despite holding millions of pounds of other people’s money, letting agents remain unregulated, putting their clients and the public at risk.
I have recently come across an interesting report, published by the Smith Institute called ‘The end of the affair – implications of declining home ownership’, written by Andrew Heywood. The report considers what seems to be a permanent trend – the decline in home ownership in this country. Together with the worrying fact that this […]
Some time ago I did a post about the withdrawal of up to date information and guidance from the CLG website. I now find that they have messed around with the Court Service website. I know it is as a result of administrative changes but it is really annoying. The Court Service website was very […]
There have been a lot of announcements recently from the government about housing law reform, and what they intend to do in the private rented sector. Whether any of these proposals will actually come to pass is not certain. However I (along with many others) am concerned about the approach taken by this government, both […]