Tuesday, September 21, 2021
Landlords

RLA opposes ARLA-approved database of rogue agents and landlords

The Residential Landlords Association has broken ranks with the Association of Residential Letting Agents by opposing an ARLA-backed public database of rogue agents and landlords.

The database has been proposed by London Mayor Sadiq Khan, and is backed by a number of groups including the National Landlords Association as well as ARLA plus housing campaigning organisations such as Generation Rent and Shelter.

However, the RLA claims the database will do little to root out rogue operators.

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