Guild of Residential Landlords

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    Guidance

     

    Guidance for England and Wales

    All subjects covered within the main categories of:

    • Pre-tenancy
    • Responsibilities and Liabilities
    • Start of a Tenancy
    • During a Tenancy
    • Ending a Tenancy

     

    Recent Posts

    What Happens at the End of a Fixed Term – To Renew or Not To Renew

    Fixed term tenancy In most cases a tenancy will have been granted by a landlord to a tenant for some fixed term. Sometimes this is known as a term certain or initial period but the Housing Act 1988 refers to it as being a fixed term tenancy. It used to be the case under section 20 Housing Act 1988 that the fixed term had to be for a minimum period of 6 months and a special prescribed notice be given before any tenancy was granted but this rule was removed for all tenancies granted on or after 28 February 1997. [1] Since 1997, a fixed term can be granted for any period a landlord and tenant wishes to agree and sometimes we recommend a 3 month fixed term. In fact, no fixed term needs to be provided whatsoever and a periodic tenancy could be granted from the outset.

    Change of Calculation to Local Housing Allowance in Certain Areas

    From April 2014 [2], a different method of setting the local housing allowance will apply in some broad rental market areas and category of dwellings. In these cases, the rate will be increased by 4 per cent, subject to a maximum local housing allowance of £258.06 for shared accommodation, £258.06 for one bedroom, £299.34 for two bedrooms, £350.95 for three bedrooms and £412.89 for four bedrooms.

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