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New UK Government Tenants Charter Explained by Belvoir Cambridge

Eric Pickles the Communities Secretary has announced a tenants charter which aims to improve standards, encourage longer term tenancies and tackle rogue landlords.

Eric Pickles the Communities Secretary has announced a tenants charter which aims to improve standards, encourage longer term tenancies and tackle rogue landlords.

The proposals will raise the quality and choice of rental accommodation, help to root out the cowboys and rogue operators plus give tenants the confidence to request longer fixed-term, family-friendly tenancies that meet their needs.

The Legal Aid, Sentencing and Punishment of Offenders Act 2012 will provide magistrates courts with the power to impose unlimited fines on landlords who are found guilty of not meeting their statutory responsibilities.

To further help tackle rogue landlords courts will also be able to take account of offenders assets as well as their income.

Belvoir Cambridge is a regulated office. One of a small number of regulated lettings agencies in Cambridge.

The full document can be found using this hyperlink - Better Tenancies for Families in Rental Homes 

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Terry Lucking is the owner and director of Belvoir Cambridge. Terry and his team of experienced valuers and buy to let advisors are willing to help investors, vendors and accidental landlords offering free pre purchase visits, honest sale and rental assessments.

Belvoir Cambridge are accredited and regulated agents. Members of ARLA, Safe agent, NALS and the Property Ombudsman. It is a requirement for a member of ARLA and Safe Agent to have Client Money Protection and have their accounts independently audited annually.

For more information or to ask Terry a question send an email to terry.lucking@belvoirlettings.com

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