As a member of the York RLA, you can claim the following benefits and many more.
Access to a Directory of Recognised Service Providers and specialist trade discounts
Free Monthly presentations on topics of interest to landlords and investors
Free personal tax insurance covering investigation by The Inland Revenue
Access to insured deposit protection at reduced rates
Access to low cost and comprehensive buildings, contents, and property owners liability insurance
Free quarterly National Residential Landlords Association (NRLA) Property magazine
Remember, your membership fee is tax deductible.
Access to Landlord Members including presentations and e-shots
Entry into the Recognised Service Provider Directory
York RLA Recognised Service Provider logo available for your marketing materials
Networking Opportunities at York RLA run events
Social Media - York RLA will tweet your relevant news, and post it on Facebook
Your company logo, marketing brochures and business cards made available to our members at our monthly presentation evenings
Next Event
Presentation will start at 7pm with refreshments from 6.30pm. Our presenters are from York Community Energy and mydeposits.
The UK is facing a serious cost-of-living crisis. It’s being driven by eye-watering utility bill increases, rocketing fuel pump prices and record inflation that’s making the weekly supermarket shop and other purchases far more expensive. Moreover, interest rates are increasing, with more hikes expected, while take-home pay isn’t increasing anywhere near in line with inflation.
In yesterday’s Queen’s Speech – which set out government’s agenda for new laws to be introduced over the coming months – ministers again vowed to introduce a ‘Renters’ Reform Bill’ (the ‘Bill’).
A section 21 notice can be served so long as the relevant gas safety certificate (‘GSC’) has been given to the tenant before the notice is served, said the Court of Appeal in the case of Trecarrell House Ltd v Rouncefield [2020] EWCA Civ 760 on 18/06/2020.
From today, changes to Right to Rent legislation will come into force, affecting checks for some groups of tenants.
Changes to the mandatory right to rent checks which were introduced in response to the COVID-19 pandemic will now end on 30/09/2022, extended from 17/05/2021, 21/06/2021, 31/08/2021 and 05/04/2022.
The Court of Appeal (‘COA’) has handed down judgment in the second appeal of Northwood Solihull v Fearn & Ors, which was heard last week…