In the Chancellors 2016 Autumn Statement, the Government announced their intention to ban all fees charged by landlords and letting agents to tenants throughout England.
Brighton and Hove City Council have applied for and received approval for a Selective Licensing Scheme from the secretary of state at the Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government (MHCLG), licensing 27,000 rented homes within the Brighton and Hove area.
The Government has recently announced an important step towards improving the standards of Residential Letting & Property Management agents throughout England through compulsory Client Money Protection.
In March 2015, the government introduced new legislation as a way to encourage Landlords to improve the energy efficiency of their rental properties.
As of 1st March 2018, the new regulations for the Additional Licensing scheme will come into effect and be introduced citywide. New Additional Licensing affects properties in the following categories:
Letting Director Antony Rummins and Marketing Coordinator Louise Mitchell presented hospice fundraiser Nicky Ifould with a giant cheque for the amount raised following the day.
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