Universal Credit update

One of our members, Brandon Taylor attends a Strategic Private Rented Sector Landlords meeting (which deals with Universal Credit) and the latest meeting was held on 20th June. We have a report on the contents of this meeting and this can be found here

Fair Possessions Coalition

The ELA has joined forces with: ARLA Propertymark; Cornwall Residential Landlords Association; Country Land and Business Association; East Midlands Property Owners; Guild of Residential Landlords; Humber Landlords Association; iHowz; Landlord Action; Leeds Property Association; National Landlords Alliance; National Landlords Association; North West Landlords Association; Portsmouth and District Private Landlords’ Association; Residential Landlords Association; Safe Agent;

New How to Rent Guide and Form 6A

Please be aware that due to the Tenant Fee Ban becoming statute on Saturday 1st June, new versions of the How To Rent Guide and Form 6A, (section 21 notice), must now be used. The How to Rent Guide can be found here Form 6A can be found here

Carol’s retirement

Carol Craven has worked at the ELA Office for 15 years and retires today, Friday 24th May.  She will be greatly missed by all the ELA Directors, staff and ELA members.  She was presented with flowers and gifts at the hugely successful ELA AGM/Conference on Friday May 3rd.  She is pictured here with ELA Director


The Government have today announced an “end to unfair evictions” and propose to abolish Section 21 notices; read the government’s full statement here The RLA have made a valid response, “Section 21 to go: Housing reforms risk hurting tenants”, which can be read in full here “The government will shortly launch a new consultation on


You are invited to Eastern Landlords Annual Conference, Expo and AGM. All welcome, ELA members and non-members. Friday 3rd  May 2019 Wensum Valley Hotel Beech Avenue, Taverham Norwich NR8 6HP Registration 9.45  AGM at 10.15 Seminars with speakers from 11.00 Here is the Programme for the day Complimentary refreshments will be provided to all delegates throughout the

Tenant Fees Bill update

Following its passage in the House of Lords, the Tenant Fees Bill has passed its final hurdle in Parliament. The tenant fees ban is now an inevitability, and agents & landlords need to continue with their preparations for a post-tenant fees world. The Bill will receive Royal Assent in the coming weeks, before being passed