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Private Rented Sector consultation


Welcome to Open House, our newsletter giving you the latest news about what’s going on in the Northern Ireland private rented sector. We also share some of the wealth of information we’ve prepared to help you manage your tenancies as successfully as possible. We hope you enjoy the read!

In this issue:
> Have your say in the consultation about the Private Rented Sector
> New year, new tenancies!
> Preparation, preparation, preparation – the importance of a good inventory
> Managing disputes: A how to guide
> Be The Adjudicator

Make your voice heard - Private Rented Sector 

The Department for Communities is currently reviewing the role and regulations of the Private Rented Sector, and they need your feedback!

To make it easier for you to understand what might change, we’ve had a look at the proposal document and summarised the key points. Click below to find out more.

New year, new tenancies

Now that January is past, it’s a safe bet that just about everyone’s new year’s resolutions will have fallen by the wayside. But it’s never too late to begin a new resolution; why not make yours to start all your tenancies the best way possible?

We’ve put together a list of useful tips to help you make sure your tenancies get off on the right foot, and stay that way until the deposit is repaid.

Start your tenancies right

Preparation, preparation, preparation

Here at The LPS Northern Ireland, we love anything that makes people’s lives easier. A solid inventory can prove invaluable when it comes to a tenancy ending smoothly.

With that in mind, we’ve gathered together just some of the ways you can create a great inventory in this handy infographic.

Take a look

Managing disputes: a how to guide

Nobody wants a dispute at the end of a tenancy, but if the worst should happen – we have some top tips to help you get to the best solution fairly and easily.

  Find out more 

Test your knowledge: 'Be the adjudicator'

Our online interactive case study, ‘Be the adjudicator’, gives you the chance to assess the evidence in a deposit dispute and see if you can come to the correct conclusion.

In this edition, sparks fly between tenant and landlord in a dispute concerning a house fire. Why not give it a go? (It works on mobile, too!)

Test your skills now

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