Universal Credit – Advice

Minister for Families, Supported Housing and Child Maintenance, Justin Tomlinson: I understand that Universal Credit has felt like a huge cultural change for many letting agents, landlords and tenants. Universal Credit is a flexible benefit that gives people more control over their working lives and their finances. Payment under Universal Credit is designed to mirror […]

Latest NALS Effective Enforcement Toolkit stamps out rogues

To help local authorities tackle rogue letting agents, NALS has published the latest version of its Effective Enforcement Toolkit. Originally published in 2016, the Toolkit was created as a unique way to assist local authority enforcement officers in tackling lettings and management firms who fail to comply with the law, particularly around the requirement to […]

NALS and DWP unite on Universal Credit

NALS is proud to be working with the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) helping to provide landlords with information about Universal Credit. Universal Credit is having a big impact on the private rented sector, and NALS wants to support tenants, and ensure that no-one in receipt of the new benefit is excluded from the […]