Renter in London? A new tool lets you check if your landlord needs a licence – and you could be owed £1,000s
Tenants in London can now use a new tool to check whether their landlords need to license their homes – and some could be owed £1,000s in rent refunds if their landlord doesn't have the right documentation
17 November 2020
Ban on rental evictions in England and Wales extended till August
The ban, due to end on 25 June, has now been extended in England and Wales until 23 August
5 June 2020
Letting fees banned in England – your new rights
Landlords and letting agents in England won't be able to charge tenants letting fees from Saturday 1 June. If you're a renter, here are your new rights and what you still need to pay - plus what to do if you're charged an illegal fee
1 June 2019
No-fault evictions set to be banned in England
Renters in England would no longer face evictions at short notice without good reason under new plans outlined by the Government
15 April 2019
New housing complaints service to help tenants and homeowners escalate their disputes
A new single complaints service for renters and homeowners in England is to be launched, in a step forward for MoneySavingExpert's campaign for reform - but there's still more to be done
24 January 2019
Letting fees to be banned from June
Landlords and letting agents in England are set to be banned from charging tenants letting fees from 1 June
17 January 2019
New law to protect tenants against unfair charges
A landlord or agent will only be able to recover reasonable incurred costs under the new rules
6 September 2018
A new law is set to close tax-free loophole on Airbnb lets
A new law is set to stop Airbnb hosts earning up to £7,500 tax-free when letting out their home
6 July 2018
Three-year minimum tenancies could be introduced for renters
Three-year tenancies could be introduced in a bid to give renters more long-term security, the Government has announced
2 July 2018
Letting fees ban introduced to Parliament
New rules to ban letting fees and high deposits in England have been presented to Parliament
3 May 2018
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