The campaign sought to challenge the proposed tax changes laid out in Section 24 of the Finance (No. 2) Act 2015.
From April 2018, landlords in Wales will pay a new Land Transaction Tax (LTT), rather than stamp duty, on the acquisition of new rental property.
Changes to the Stamp Duty system will reduce the tax payable for almost all buyers.
The government has published an open consultation on the extension of mandatory HMO licensing law.
The new buy to let tax relief rules have an unexpected sting in the tail for many landlords who currently only pay the basic rate of income tax.
First UK license introduced in London for buy to let
Social tenants in Bristol have been invited to a property speed dating event organised by Merlin Housing Society.
The RLA has obtained clarification from DCLG on government plans to introduce “a new mandatory licensing regime”.
Chancellor George Osborne today made what will be his final budget announcement before the election, including a new savings vehicle for first-time buyers.
Review recommends local authorities waive social housing requirement in favour of buy to let development.
Three landlords in Bath are the latest to receive high-profile penalties for breaching HMO licensing regulations.
The Tax Payer’s Alliance is calling on the government to end stamp duty, after research revealed that over 25% of buyers are drastically hit with the tax.
New legislation may mean that 1 in 10 private rental properties with EERs of F/G will be unlettable by April 2018.
The Green Deal launched on 28 Jan, ARLA research shows that it may have helped to increase landlords’ awareness.
A Devon landlord found guilty of 26 breaches of housing regulations may face a property rental ASBO.
Read about what effects the changes announced in the Autumn Budget 2013 will have on private landlords.