We’ll be holding events and generally staying in touch through our communications.
Sometimes it’s helpful to see what may have been said about a property that’s been rented by a former tenant – or you may want to say something about a property you’ve rented.
Here’s a site dedicated to reviewing properties in our area. We don’t endorse the views expressed – they’re opinions!
Events, Newsletters and Press Releases
A landlord has been ordered to pay nearly £4k after being found guilty of failing to licence properties under the Selective and Additional Licensing Schemes. Full story can be found here.
A landlord, who breached a court order not to harass or evict his tenants has been jailed. Full story can be found here.
A Property Management company has been sentenced for not ensuring a house in multiple occupation - occupied by six tenants was safe and well managed. Full story can be found here.
Landlord Newsletter May 2020
Property owner fined for failing to licence homes
What landlords need to know about the new electrical safety laws
£100,000 to help improve renting standards in Nottingham
Landlord Newsletter January 2020
Landlord and Property Manager fined thousands of pounds over licensing offences
Property company fined for failing to licence homes
Two plead guilty to Housing Act offences
Landlord Newsletter December 2019
Energy ratings improve after selective licensing
Property Manager fined thousands of pounds over licensing offences
Landlord fined thousands of pounds over licensing offences
A year of improving housing standards for private tenants
Landlord fined £6,000 for breach of licensing rules
Landlord fined £5,000 for overcrowding at Nottingham property
Nottingham in top ten for acting against revenge evictions
Private landlords: Have you got a licence?
Nowhere to hide for rogue landlords, with Government-backed data system
Big Energy Saving Week 2019
Over £12,500 compensation for illegally evicted tenant could lead to more cases
Nottingham joins calls for Government to do more to tackle nightmare homes
Council scheme offers further protection for private tenants
Nottingham’s Selective Licensing scheme aims for safer and better standards for tenants
Licensing and deposit problems see Nottingham landlord fined £1,750
New licensing scheme for private landlords starts next week
Nottingham City Council aims for safer and better standards for city tenants
Final details confirmed for licensing scheme to improve private rented housing in Nottingham
Better standards for Nottingham’s private rents as new licensing scheme gets green light
Council awaiting green light from Government for private rented property licensing scheme
Bad landlords face new Civil Penalty fines
Landlord licensing scheme moves a step closer
Consultation ends this week on proposed scheme to improve private rented housing
Consultation starts on proposed licensing scheme for private rented houses