Government’s private rental sector reforms ‘self-defeating’

13 Feb 2017

The government should rethink its ‘confused’ and ‘self-defeating’ approach to reforming the private rental sector, the Conveyancing Association has said.

Last week the Department for Communities and Local Government published a 104-page report pledging to fix England’s ‘broken’ housing market by building more affordable homes.

While the Conveyancing Association was largely supportive of the plans, it has expressed concern over the ‘confused...

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