Landlord clampdown likely to further increase rents
Prof. Len Shackleton quoted in i news
Prof. Len Shackleton writes for The Express
Matthew Lesh quoted in The Mail
“Landlords will inevitably be more selective about who they offer properties to and charge higher rents when they cannot quickly evict bad tenants. That is likely to disproportionately hurt those who are poorer, younger, and from minority communities.
“New eviction rules and burdensome regulatory standards will only worsen the rental property shortage and record-high rents. The housing crisis won’t be solved by fiddling with rental rules.”
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Matthew’s comment was also referenced in Politico’s London Playbook, Property Industry Eye, Landlord Today, and The One World News.