A post from The Landlord Law Blog:
August is a funny month. The depths of the holiday season when most people are on holiday.
No doubt our new government is taking the time to do some quiet planning, including hopefully a change of policy with regards to housing. The May government has no reason to hold to the policies of Mr. Osborne so lets hope they don’t. All the official reports say the same thing. It would be nice if notice could be taken of them.
But what happened on the blog last week?
An interview with James Davis of Upad
The recording of my webinar with James at the end of July. Also available as a podcast. Watch and listen here …
How will County Court closures affect housing cases?
Ben Reeve Lewis considers the gloomy news that we have another round of court closures coming. Find out the worst here …
The significant advantages of contractual periodic tenancies
I discuss Contractual Periodic Tenancies – how they occur and why they are a good idea. Find out more here …
Potential Problems with the Homelessness Reduction Bill
Ben takes a preliminary look at the Homelessness Reduction Bill and makes a few comments. Read them here …
Ben Reeve Lewis Friday Newsround #201
Ben considers news reporting. See what he found here …
- Dawn Foster in the Guardian thinks no-one can deny the housing crisis now
- The Guardian considers the London Olympics housing legacy
- The Independent tells Theresa May what she needs to do about housing
- Great story about a successful forest regeneration – why can’t we have more like this?
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