Katie Todd, Author at Landlord Blog

By Katie Todd

Katie is LettingaProperty.com's Digital Content Editor. Joining the company in September 2019, Katie edits and manages the Landlord Blog, oversees our social media channels and works with the team on in-house projects and marketing strategies. To put it plainly, if we need help with words - Katie's our go-to.

On 2 February 2022, Levelling Up Secretary Michael Gove unveiled the government's Levelling Up White Paper. This document outlines plans to 'transform the UK' and change how the government system works. The levelling

Landlord and tenant advice is something we give out on a daily basis. The lettings process can be confusing at times so it's understandable that landlords and tenants often have many questions. We've put

When moving to a rental property, your landlord is responsible for providing you with a number of tenancy documents. This includes your contract and information specific to your tenancy, as well as safety

Tenant rights can often seem unclear. Sometimes issues arise between landlords and tenants, which is why it's important to understand each party's legal rights in all situations. So, what rights do tenants have when

Moving house is a big deal. Whether you have lived in rental properties before or are a first-time tenant, it's important to understand the moving process so you can best prepare for every stage.

The government has announced plans to end the eviction ban. This includes bringing back bailiff-enforced evictions and reducing notice periods from the beginning of June. Bailiff enforcement and eviction ban On Wednesday 12

This year, no doubt, has been challenging for everyone. With Christmas and the New Year fast approaching, we look back on the year we’ve had, and feelings of reflection and contemplation come to

The government have announced that evictions will not be enforced whilst the national restrictions are in place. Bailiff enforcement action is on halt until 11 January 2021 at the earliest, except for the

A government consultation has launched seeking to amend the current Energy Efficiency Regulations and improve the energy performance of private rented homes in the UK. One of the main proposals is to bring

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