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#AskTDS: "I'm a first time landlord, is the TDS a government approved deposit protection scheme?"

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This article has been written in response to a landlord’s query: "I'm a first time landlord, is the TDS a government approved deposit protection scheme?"

Posted by Christel Jones on 20 October 2017


What did the coalition government do for the private rented sector?

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*The activities of the this Parliament came to a close on Thursday in advance of the impending general election.*

Posted by Chris Kendall on 27 March 2015


How to Rent: Government publishes new guide for tenants

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*A new guide for tenants in England has been published by the Department for Communities and Local Government. *

Posted by Chris Kendall on 10 June 2014


"Creating a fair and flexible private rented sector" Housing Minister invites views

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The Government have issued their first policy paper on the private rented sector since announcing a package of new plans to improve conditions for tenants in October 2013; which included policies such as a new 'Tenant's Charter' which TDS commented on in our blog last year. 

Posted by Chris Kendall on 26 February 2014


Tenancy deposit protection in Ireland "a priority for 2014"

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Jan O'Sullivan  Jan O'Sullivan TD, minister with responsibility for housing in Éire, last week announced the Irish Government's plans to introduce tenancy deposit protection in the Republic of Ireland.

Posted by Chris Kendall on 28 November 2013


Something to sit on the Government website? Questions on the Tenants' Charter

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Eric Pickles, the Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government,launched a series of plans relating to the private rented sector on 16 October 2013.  Perhaps the most important of these was that the government will publish a new code of practice setting standards for the management of property in the private rented sector, with...

Posted by Steve Harriott, CEO on 17 October 2013