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#ExpertView: Kelly Wallace discusses the TDS Charitable Foundation Review 2017-18

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In this week’s #ExpertView article, Kelly Wallace, TDS’ Charitable Foundation Coordinator, discusses the TDS Charitable Foundation Review 2017-18.

Posted by Kelly Walllace on 11 December 2018

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#ExpertView: Right to Rent

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Tenancy Deposit Scheme[https://www.tenancydepositscheme.com/] (TDS) partner organisation, Residential Landlords Association[https://news.rla.org.uk/] (RLA), campaigns to improve the private rented sector (PRS) for both landlords and tenants, engaging with policymakers at all levels of Government. Here, John Stewart, Policy Manager at RLA, explains the need for clarity on what a no deal Brexit could mean for EU nationals’ rights to rent.

Posted by John Stewart on 7 November 2018

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#ExpertView: Kate Faulkner discusses growth in the PRS and affordability

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In this week’s #ExpertView, property expert Kate Faulkner looks in to the reasons for growth in the private rented sector (PRS) and affordability.

Posted by Kate Faulkner on 30 October 2018

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#ExpertView: Tackling England's Empty Homes

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Tenancy Deposit Scheme (TDS) partner organisation, Propertymark is a core member of a coalition for community investment formed by the charity Empty Homes, which launched in July 2018, and aims to combat the waste of long-term empty homes across England through community investment. Emily Carter, Policy and Campaigns Officer at Propertymark, explains.

Posted by Emily Carter on 16 October 2018

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#ExpertView: Landlords should be better informed of rights and responsibilities

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#ExpertView: Landlords should be better informed of rights and responsibilities

Posted by Kate Faulkner on 26 June 2018

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The foundations for regulation of the PRS in Wales

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One of the policy areas that the Whitehall government seems to think can safely be transferred to devolved governments is housing. Almost the first Act passed in the Scottish Parliament in 2001 was a Housing Act. Now the Welsh Assembly Government – with its expanded legislative powers - is going to do the same. And...

Posted by Prof Martin Partington QC on 30 May 2012

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