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says its members are relieved that the government is sticking to its promise to
return the evictions system to normal.
have welcomed the government’s decision not to extend the restrictions on
evictions introduced 18 months ago at the beginning of the first national
lockdown in England.
confirmed that notice periods for both Section 21 and Section 8 notices will
revert to two months from the current six months for most types of eviction
from October 1st onwards.
landlords trade bodies, as well as many experts, have argued that keeping the
extended notice periods for evictions would have put thousands of landlords under
extreme financial pressure, particularly those seeking to evict tenants for
extreme rent arrears or who wished to sell or move back into properties.
measures were appropriate at the height of the pandemic, these restrictions
could only ever be temporary,” a ministry of housing statement says.
notice periods to their pre-COVID lengths from 1 October will allow landlords
to repossess their property where necessary. However, we intend to retain the
power to implement these measures again in the case that the public health
situation?worsens?and these measures are required again.”
(pictured), Chief Policy Advisor at ARLA Propertymark, says: “Letting agents
and landlords have worked hard to maintain tenancies throughout the pandemic,
so it is pleasing that the government has kept to its word and given the sector
ample warning prior to notice periods returning to pre-COVID lengths in
there is still a hangover from the court suspension which means that some
tenants have been able to rack up months of arrears with no action and some
landlords have sold properties due to a busy sales market because of the stamp
reforms are considered for the private rented sector, the UK Government must
now reflect on the last 18 months and implement policies that support letting
agents and landlords to continue to house the nation.”
Shamplina of Landlord Action (pictured) has warned that the announcement by the
housing ministry means many landlords and agents will now hang back from
issuing eviction notices until 1st October to take advantage of the shorter
notice period, and that this could lead to a bottleneck with the already
squeezed courts system.
“There has been
a massive rise in the number of landlords telling us they want possession so
that they can sell up, but how quickly the courts are able to deal with this is
another matter,” he says.
Chief Executive of Safeagent, adds: “We feel that recognition should be given
to the proven ability of landlords, tenants and agents who during the pandemic
have worked together to maintain tenancies”
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