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The aim of the workshop is to help organisations in your area become more aware of the sources, signs and symptoms of Carbon Monoxide poisoning, understand what to do if you suspect CO may be present and learn of resources that can help you raise awareness.read more
With the rollout of Universal Credit continuing over the coming months – an information event is available to all landlords specifically in the Cookstown, Antrim and Ballymena areas to see how to help them prepare – This event will also cover the changes that will occur in relation to rates for tenants on Universal Credit.read more
The DfI Northern Ireland Planning Statistics 2018/19 First Quarterly Statistical Bulletin has been releasedread more
Bryson, National Energy Agency and Co-operative Alternatives invite landlords to attend their event Future Proofing your House in Belfast on Thursday 4 October 2018 - Future Proof your House - a Co-operative Approach A Talk by Jonathan Atkinson from the Carbon Co-op...read more
Reminder to avail of the Landlord Discount on your rates payment which is to be made by 28th September – Don’t forget to allow for time for cheques to clearread more
New Evening course offered by CIH to LANI Members – Would you like to complete some Landlord training specifically for the NI Region but can’t make it to a daytime course? If you are a member of LANI you can register now – for more information please contact the office by email.read more
LPS has identified a printing anomaly on the remittance advice summary and reply form on the rates bills for 2018/2019 issued to Landlords who own more than one property. The Total Amount Due column has been incorrectly populated with the discounted amount due.read more
Online courses and guidance specifically for Landlords from HMRCread more
Belfast County Court has ordered a Letting Agent to return an administration fee which was charged to the tenant of a property prior to the commencement of his tenancy.
The Court found that the fees charged to the Tenant were void under the provisions of the 1986 Order and that the Tenant is entitled to have the fees returned to him. – The ruling could affect many letting agents and may result in a change in the practices of charges – sign in to read more
The government’s universal credit system is not – and may never – deliver value for money, according to a public spending watchdog.
Universal credit has been introduced in England and which is already used in parts of N Ireland. In a recent highly critical report, the National Audit Office (NAO) concludes that the single payment scheme may cost more than the benefits system it replaces. It added that it might never be known if it will achieve its stated goal to increase employment.read more