Monthly Archives: March 2013

Green Deal is More to Consider than Just Free Insulation

Recent announcements for the government suggest that they would like to get tougher on landlords who own properties that are rented out which fall into the lowest brackets for energy efficiency. As part of the Green Deal repayments on the government loan for the work are made via the electricity bill. So in effect tenants are… Continue Reading

Letting Agents in London

Here at The Online Letting Agents, we are offer a nationwide letting agency service, so if you are looking to rent your property online, then look no further. We have a number of happy landlords in London and across the UK who have used our services, and swear that The Online Letting Agents are the… Continue Reading

Westminster Councillors Call for Compulsory Register of Landlords

Following the release of statistics showing that 206 of the 1,712 rental properties inspected in the district between 2011 and 2012 had legal notices served, Labour councillors in Westminster have called for a compulsory register of landlords in the area. 771 hazards were removed from homes in the central London borough by council officers during this… Continue Reading

Islington MP Calls for New Legislation in the PRS

A proposed bill for the regulation of the private rental sector was announced to the House of Commons this week. The bill, read by Jeremy Corbyn, MP for Islington, calls for new legislation in the PRS. Mr Corbyn began by saying that private rented accommodation was “very expensive”, and gave the reason for rising prices… Continue Reading