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.