Summer is definitely here. Instead of me moaning about being too cold, Patrick has been moaning about it being too hot.
Highlight of the week was one of our quarterly Property Redress Scheme Council meetings at the House of Lords – we get use of a committee room there as the Council Chair – Lord Palmer, is a House of Lords peer. An interesting meeting as usual.
Next event coming up is a webinar interview with UPAD director James Davis, which you can sign up to here. As usual it is a free event and will take place online on Friday 29 July at 12.30 lunchtime. You can sign up here.
But what happened on the blog?
A good report but it will be interesting to see if any notice is taken of it. The usual thing with reports is that they are completely ignored by Government unless they agree with them. Anyway, you can read more about the report here ...
Here are three interviews with attendees at the Property Network meeting I attended the other week. Watch them here …
What it says on the tin really, with some good comments from readers. Find them below the post here …
Another blog clinic question on how tenants can exit from a tenancy when the property is in shocking repair. Not an easy question but I do have a possible answer. Find it here …
Ben discussed filming and the new housing minister, among other topics. Read them all here …
- I write on LandlordZONE on the question of the correct version of the How to Rent booklet to serve if you are late
- Millenials are spending a lot more on rent than baby boomers
- The BBC asks how we can build more homes post-Brexit
- Find out more about the new Housing Minister from the Guardian (then read Bens most recent newsround)
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