Rent Reforms Delayed

Parliament

Apart from not getting clobbered again in the budget (well, not so obviously as usual of late), more good news in that the renters reform bill and the removal of Section 21 has been delayed again. 

And the new plan is.. 

The Queen's speech outlined the UK Government's proposals for Renter's Reforms and aspirations to introduce a White paper setting out future plans.

Various groups have been involved in round table discussions with the Department for Levelling Up Housing and Communities (DLUHC) and we were expecting DLUHC to produce a White Paper by the end of this year.

However, we have been informed today by the UK Government that the White Paper has been delayed until 2022 to give them more time for policy development and carry on engagement with the sector. They also confirmed it will allow them to carefully consider the findings of the National Audit Office's review of regulation of the sector.

A further meeting is due to take place on 23 NovemberWe will keep you informed of any relevant developments following the meeting in November.

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