According to data from HMRC and analysed and published by The Times, landlords could play a pivotal role in who ends up with the keys to No.10 Downing Street come December 13, with the outcome of over 100 constituencies potentially in their hands.
The government’s “meddling” in the private rental sector has driven away landlords and “decreased standards” for tenants, the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) has claimed.
One of the UK’s leading landlord bodies has urged political parties to give councils the resources to enforce current buy-to-let regulations rather than impose further legislation on the sector.
The response to the climate crisis is growing daily and with it a demand for action and tougher policy measures.
Flexible working, including more opportunities to work from home, remote working and a compressed four-day week, are becoming increasingly popular options for employees – and employers.