The National Landlords Association
The National Landlords Association, originally the Small Landlords Association, was founded in 1973 by Lillian Cline. On 25th June 2003, the unincorporated Small Landlords Association was converted into a company limited by guarantee and retitled the National Landlords Association.
The NLA is an organisation to represent residential landlords’ views on the need for easing restrictive legislation, which in post-war Britain had hindered the development of the private rented sector. To this end, lobbying of government has been undertaken as a core activity since the NLA's inception.
The NLA have a dedicated advice line for landlords, give presentations and provide newsletters among many other services.
We recommend you visit their website for more information.
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- Right to ManageThe Commonhold and Leasehold Reform Act 2002
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