Welsh Govt Urge Participation in Fees Consultation

Welsh Govt Urge Participation in Fees Consultation

Hannah McCartan - 13th September 2017

The Welsh Government has launched a formal consultation on legislative proposals to address fees that are charged to tenants by letting agents and landlords in the Private Rented Sector (PRS).

Everyone involved in the PRS in Wales is encouraged to participate in this consultation – whether you are a Landlord, Tenant, Letting Agent or Contractor to the industry. Your feedback about how an outright ban would affect you will shape the way the Private Rented Sector is run in Wales for years to come.

Click here to participate in the consultation. It will close on 27th September 2017.

Related: McCartan Landlord Survey 2017 Results

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