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  • Prep Sports Roundup: 1/13

    first_img FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailBoys BasketballRegion 14NEPHI, Utah-Trevon Morley posted 17 points and 5 rebounds on 6-9 from the field and made the game-winning shot with .6 seconds left as the North Sanpete Hawks stunned Juab 49-47 in Region 14 boys basketball action Wednesday. On the prior possession, the officials determined Ty Allred’s (18 points, 11 rebounds, 7-10 shooting) last-gasp shot did not count as he had stepped out of bounds. This set the stage for Morley’s heroics on the other end to grant the Hawks the thrilling victory.Trevon Morley beats the buzzer. We have some January Jubilation in @UHSAAInfo basketball @ClarkkellogCBS! North Sanpete stuns Juab 49-47 at the gun. He finishes with 17/5 on 6-9. Ty Allred with 18/10 on 7-11 for the Wasps.— Brad James (@BradfatherSpeak) January 14, 2021Landon Bowles added 11 points in the win for the Hawks, who improved to 8-4 and 3-1 in Region 14 play.Jakob Bailey added 10 points and 6 rebounds on 4-7 from the field in defeat for the Wasps, who fell to 8-3 and 1-1 in Region 14 play.MANTI, Utah-Tanner Justesen netted 15 points as the Manti Templars overpowered Union 66-50 in Region 14 boys basketball action Wednesday. Joey Sampson led the Cougars in the loss with 16 points.DELTA, Utah-Rhett Callister amassed 22 points and the Delta Rabbits pounded Maeser Prep 66-23 Wedesday in Region 14 boys basketball action at the Palladium. Adam Cho’s 8 points led the Lions in defeat.Region 16DUCHESNE, Utah-Brock Adams posted 17 points as the Duchesne Eagles stymied Gunnison Valley 53-48 Wednesday in Region 16 boys basketball action. Jon Willden and Harley Hill led the Bulldogs in defeat with 12 points apiece.Region 18ENTERPRISE, Utah-Tyler Hiatt stepped up with 15 points and the Enterprise Wolves pounded Kanab 63-32 in Region 18 boys basketball action Wednesday. Derek Houston’s 16 points led the Cowboys in the loss.FILLMORE, Utah-Jake Eichorn led the way with 17 points as the Beaver Beavers gashed Millard 51-34 Wednesday in Region 18 boys basketball action. Hunter Rhodes led the Eagles in the loss with 12 points.Girls BasketballRegion 20TROPIC, Utah-Analise Wiseman posted 14 points and the Milford Tigers bested Bryce Valley 42-33 in Region 20 girls basketball action Wednesday. Brooklyn Syrett had 10 points for the Mustangs in defeat.ESCALANTE, Utah-AnDee VanDyke netted 14 points as the Wayne Badgers routed Escalante 64-30 Wednesday in Region 20 girls basketball action. Caitlynn Lyman led the Moquis in the loss with 9 points.ORDERVILLE, Utah-Jannie Hoyt amassed 13 points as the Valley Buffaloes stymied Panguitch 35-27 in Region 20 girls basketball action Wednesday. Abbee Holman led the Bobcats in defeat with 10 points.JUNCTION, Utah-Ainsley Talbot led the way with 22 points for the Piute Thunderbirds in a 57-41 win over Water Canyon Wednesday in Region 20 girls basketball action. Melissa Jessop led the Wildcats in the loss with 21 points.WrestlingDELTA, Utah-The Millard Eagles dominated Delta 67-3 in the Millard County rivalry dual Wednesday. Millard had eight pins on the night with Camden Moat, Conner Hem, Morgan Wade, Dylan Rees, Josh Whitaker, John Gates, Jed Degraffenreid, and Danny Garcia. Josh Jackson had Delta’s lone win.SwimmingROOSEVELT, Utah-Both the Union boys and girls swim teams won their home swim meet Wednesday. On the girls side the Cougars had 118 points, Richfield came in second with 89, followed by North Summit, Maeser Prep and Altamont. In the boys meet Union scored 152 points to win with Richfield coming in second with 81 points. North Summit finished third and Maeser Prep fourth. Written by Tags: Juab Wasps/North Sanpete Hawks January 13, 2021 /Sports News – Local Prep Sports Roundup: 1/13 Brad Jameslast_img read more

  • Allen, Utah turn back Stanford 79-65

    first_img Written by January 14, 2021 /Sports News – Local Allen, Utah turn back Stanford 79-65 FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailSALT LAKE CITY (AP) — Timmy Allen scored 22 points and grabbed eight rebounds and Utah ended a four-game losing streak with a 79-65 win over Stanford.The Utes took the lead with a 14-2 run to end the first half and spent most of the second half with a double-figure lead, despite several challenges when the Cardinal got within nine, the last time with just under four minutes to go.Alfonso Plummer added 16 points for the Utes, who had two games postponed since their last win in mid-December.Daejon Davis, in his first game back after missing five with an injury, had a season-high 19 points. Tags: Pac-12/Timmy Allen/Utah Runnin’ Utes Basketball Associated Presslast_img read more

  • DGOC acquires natural gas gathering systems in Pennsylvania and West Virginia

    first_imgThe assets currently move approximately 109,000MMBtu of natural gas per day, of which DGO currently produces approximately 60% Image: The acquired ssets currently move approximately 109,000 MMBtu of natural gas per day. Photo courtesy of rawpixel/Pixabay. Diversified Gas & Oil PLC (AIM: DGOC), the U.S. based owner and operator of natural gas, natural gas liquids, and oil wells as well as midstream assets, is pleased to announce that it has entered into binding agreements to acquire two separate packages of margin enhancing natural gas gathering systems in Pennsylvania and West Virginia for an aggregate cash consideration of $7.5 million (the “Assets”).The Assets, purchased from Dominion Gathering and Processing, Inc. and Equitrans, L.P. (together, the “Sellers”), comprise approximately 1,700 miles of low-pressure wet and dry gas gathering pipelines together with compressors, measurement stations and related facilities and equipment. Along with the Assets, the Company expects to hire several midstream employees who, with their previous experience operating the system, will be instrumental in efficiently integrating and operating these Assets alongside the Company’s existing midstream assets and team.The Assets currently move approximately 109,000 MMBtu of natural gas per day, of which DGO currently produces approximately 60% with third parties producing the remaining 40% of the throughput volumes. As with the Company’s existing approximately 10,500-mile southern midstream system, the Assets hold strategic importance and will enhance DGO’s margins in the following ways:·     Increases third-party midstream revenues by over $3 million per annum from tariffs charged and production volumes retained and sold that together partially offset costs to operate the systems·     Allows DGO to control the flow of production through these systems, increasing optionality to re-route gas to sales points with higher realised prices that would expand cash margins·     Eliminates the risk of future rate increases to move gas on the systems, which further insulates DGO’s low operating cost structure·     Advances synergies with DGO’s existing midstream network, allowing for operating and staffing optimisation to reduce the Assets’ operating costs·     Provides visible opportunities to deploy DGO’s expertise to enhance the systems’ efficiency with incremental, low-cost and short pay-back maintenance initiatives The expansion of DGO’s midstream system into the Company’s northern operations further enhances the Company’s earnings potential and expands the Company’s net cash margins. Combined with DGO’s existing southern midstream system, the Company owns and operates approximately 12,000 miles of pipelines across the Appalachian Basin. DGO expects to substantially close on the transactions in September, and will immediately thereafter start integration of the Assets, improving the efficiency and optimising gas sales to the most advantageous markets. Commenting on the acquisitions, CEO Rusty Hutson said:“In keeping with DGO’s growth strategy, we have capitalized on the opportunity to acquire what has become non-core assets for these Sellers. These small, yet strategically complementary bolt-on acquisitions will add scale to our midstream capabilities and provide a high level of optionality with regards to both routes to market and improved pricing.  These acquisitions further diversify our operations and revenue streams and strengthen our long-term ability to control costs and protect margins.” Source: Company Press Releaselast_img read more

  • Sumitomo to participate in FPSO owning and chartering business for Marlim II Project, offshore Brazil

    first_img FPSO John Agyekum Kufuor (Credit: Yinson Holdings Berhad) Sumitomo Corporation (Head Office: Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo; Representative Director, President and Chief Executive Officer: Masayuki Hyodo) has concluded an agreement with Yinson Holdings Berhad, a Malaysian offshore development services provider, to participate in the floating production, storage and offloading (FPSO) owning and chartering business for the Marlim II Project, off the Brazilian coast. Upon completion of the agreement, Sumitomo will have a 25% stake in the FPSO venture.FPSO facilities are used by the offshore crude oil and gas production industry. They are designed to produce/process hydrocarbons, store oil, and offload it directly onto a tanker. As a preferred deep-water oil and gas production platform, demand for FPSOs is expected to grow in the coming years. With about 30% of the global demand generated in Brazil, the country is the world’s leading FPSO market.The recent FPSO is planned to serve the Marlim oil and gas field revitalization project, which is operated by Brazil’s Petrobras and situated 150 kilometers off the Brazilian coast in the Campos Basin. The two entities co-owned by Sumitomo and Yinson, will sign agreements for owning/chartering and operation/maintenance with Petrobras. First production scheduled for the beginning of 2023, with a 25-year charter thereafter.This project represents Sumitomo’s second FPSO business following the offshore Ghana oil and gas field development project, in which the company participated in 2018, and its first project where its participation commences during the construction phase. Through participating in the project from earlier phase through to operation and management, Sumitomo aims to acquire substantial knowledge and expertise on FPSO business management.We will establish the marine infrastructure business, which encompasses FPSOs, as part of our new energy business domain, and create synergies from its integration with existing energy businesses. Through these activities, we will contribute to the stable supply of energy, particularly oil and gas. Source: Company Press Release The recent FPSO is planned to serve the Marlim oil and gas field revitalisation projectlast_img read more

  • EBRD extends €51.9m loan to Ukraine’s largest natural gas producer

    first_img EBRD extends €51.9 million loan to Ukraine’s largest natural gas producer .(Credit: The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development) The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) is stepping up efforts to transform Ukraine’s energy sector. A €51.9 million sovereign loan to Ukrgasvydobuvannya (UGV), Ukraine’s largest natural gas producer, will increase domestic natural gas production, reduce the country’s dependency on imports and improve the efficiency and transparency of the sector.UGV, a fully owned subsidiary of the national joint stock company Naftogaz of Ukraine (Naftogaz) and responsible for 75 per cent of domestic gas production, will receive the EBRD loan in two tranches. Up to €36.4 million will be used to finance the procurement of workover rigs, which will help increase natural gas production at existing fields. Up to €15.5 million will be used for the introduction of innovative Organic Rankine Cycle waste-heat recovery systems at UGV’s site in Lokachi, western Ukraine.The EBRD’s long-term commitment to the reform of the gas sector in Ukraine has already allowed UGV to implement a robust environmental and social action plan. Effective compliance and anti-corruption measures have also been implemented both at UGV and at the Naftogaz Group level.In the context of ongoing cooperation with Naftogaz and the government of Ukraine, the EBRD is assisting in setting up a natural gas exchange in the country. The parties also cooperate on legal changes required to attract private investors to Ukraine’s upstream industry.All contracts under the project financed by the EBRD will be procured by open tender in strict compliance with the Bank’s Procurement Policies and Rules. This will provide equal opportunities for eligible bidders and contribute to the transparency and cost efficiency of UGV’s investment programme.The EBRD is the largest international financial investor in Ukraine. To date, the Bank has made a cumulative commitment of almost €15 billion through 466 projects in the country. Source: Company Press Release Up to €36.4m will be used to finance the procurement of workover rigs, which will help increase natural gas production at existing fieldslast_img read more

  • Wembley rogue landlord jailed

    first_imgA Wembley landlord who waged a war of intimidation against tenants living in his property has been sentenced to four months imprisonment and ordered to pay costs and compensation of £20,000.Rehan Sheikh of Manor Drive was found guilty at Willesden Magistrates Court of illegally evicting the tenants from his property at 90 Wembley Park Drive. Brent Council prosecuted him for the unlawful eviction of six occupiers, as well as for his failure to have a House of Multiple Occupancy (HMO) licence and for the poor conditions in the house, which Brent enforcement officers found during an unannounced visit in January 2016.Sheikh, who is the landlord of eight properties in Brent, was convicted of all offences and sentenced to four months imprisonment and ordered to pay costs of £9,000 and compensation totalling £11,000 to the evicted tenants.The court heard that although Sheikh was receiving almost £3,000 each month in rent, the property was in a state of terrible disrepair, with holes in ceilings, walls and floor and filthy carpets. The front of the property was also being used to dump rubbish. When the tenants started to complain about the condition of the premises, Sheikh fraudulently told the Court that the tenants were squatters and unknown to him, and issued a claim to evict them.Without telling the tenants about his plans, he obtained a possession order from the Court and used it to evict the tenants in February 2016, assaulting one of them in the process – a crime for which he was convicted in May 2016. He gave all the tenants – including one with two young children – just two hours to move out, even refusing requests to wait until children had returned from school.Cllr Harbi Farah (left), Brent Cabinet Member for Housing, said: “This was an appalling case which caused great distress to the victims and demonstrates the necessity of our private sector licensing scheme. Good tenants and their children were forced from their home by this heartless landlord’s deliberate actions.”“Our ground-breaking licensing scheme, which has been running since January 2015, is helping us to tackle poor standards in the private rented sector and focus on the minority of unscrupulous landlords who refuse to comply with the law. However as this case shows, we also need to look at the eviction practices of some of the landlords operating in the borough. Brent Council will not tolerate this kind of criminal behaviour and we will prosecute any landlord or agent we find treating their tenants in such a despicable way. “Mr Sheikh, who pleaded guilty to all charges, has since appealed the custodial sentence and been granted bail pending the appeal hearing.Since the start of this year, the council has considerably increased its enforcement activity, with between two to five prosecutions each week and many more raids and prosecutions are expected in the coming months.illegal eviction rogue landlord Wembley landlord jailed July 18, 2016The NegotiatorWhat’s your opinion? Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.Please note: This is a site for professional discussion. Comments will carry your full name and company.This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.Related articles Letting agent fined £11,500 over unlicenced rent-to-rent HMO3rd May 2021 BREAKING: Evictions paperwork must now include ‘breathing space’ scheme details30th April 2021 City dwellers most satisfied with where they live30th April 2021 Home » News » Wembley rogue landlord jailed previous nextRegulation & LawWembley rogue landlord jailedRehan Sheilkh sentenced to four months imprisonment plus costs and compensation for illegally evicting tenants.The Negotiator18th July 20160649 Viewslast_img read more

  • OnTheMarket shares drop by 14% following last week’s AIM launch

    first_imgHome » News » Marketing » OnTheMarket shares drop by 14% following last week’s AIM launch previous nextMarketingOnTheMarket shares drop by 14% following last week’s AIM launchPrice is now hovering around £1.40p a share, down from its initial offer price of £1.63p.Nigel Lewis12th February 20180963 Views Shares in the property industry’s newest public limited company OnTheMarket have dropped by nearly 15% since it floated on the Alternative Investment Market (AIM) on Friday morning, including an almost 6% fall today.The share price for the company, which trades as OTMP on the junior stock market, has tumbled by 24p from its initial offer price of £1.63p a share to £1.39p (at the time of writing) cutting the company’s market capitalisation from an initial £100m to £89.59 million, according to Bloomberg.The Financial Times said the portal’s share launch, which offers investors a minority stake in the company, had ‘failed to shine’.These are nerve-wracking times for many of the portal’s 2,700 agent members, who last year voted overwhelmingly to trade in their membership for shares which they are hoping, once their lock-in period ends, they will be able to sell.This is equally true for the company’s key directors including co-founder and CEO Ian Springett (pictured, left).He now holds approximately 90,000 shares in the new PLC allocated to him at entry to AIM, plus nearly three and a half million share options, on top of his £170,000 salary.Several high-profile investors have taken substantial stakes in the company, confident that OnTheMarket can make further inroads into the Rightmove/Zoopla duopoly.According to The Times these include fund manager Schroders, which has taken a 6% stake and Victoria Plumb entrepreneur Jason Walker, who now has a 3% stake.OnTheMarket had hoped to raise £50m from the share issue prior to trading on AIM but only raised £30 million, limiting its ability to take on Zoopla and Rightmove with better IT and a bigger marketing spend.Ian Springett OnTheMarket AIM market shares February 12, 2018Nigel LewisWhat’s your opinion? Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.Please note: This is a site for professional discussion. Comments will carry your full name and company.This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.Related articles Letting agent fined £11,500 over unlicenced rent-to-rent HMO3rd May 2021 BREAKING: Evictions paperwork must now include ‘breathing space’ scheme details30th April 2021 City dwellers most satisfied with where they live30th April 2021last_img read more

  • Letting agents must ‘stop encouraging longer tenancies’

    first_imgHome » News » Letting agents must ‘stop encouraging longer tenancies’ previous nextRegulation & LawLetting agents must ‘stop encouraging longer tenancies’Call comes from influential MP Clive Betts during a parliamentary debate on his Select Committee’s recent report into the private rented sector.Nigel Lewis23rd April 20180764 Views Landlords are being persuaded by letting agents into changing tenants too often and should instead embrace longer tenancies, an influential MP has said.The comments were made by Clive Betts (pictured below), chair of the influential parliamentary Select Committee that scrutinises the Ministry for Housing, Communities and Local Government, during a debate in Parliament.“Landlords should get a bit wise to this, because I think many would actually favour longer tenancies,” he said.“Let us get the information out there and encourage it.”MP and Chair of estate agent Hunters, Kevin Hollinrake (pictured, below), who exempted himself from working on the report because of his industry interests, said he worried that a move to encourage longer tenancies would drive landlords out of the sector and reduce “supply to this very, very important sector”.But Betts also revealed during the debate that many local authorities are unable to police housing because council enforcement budgets have been cut by a sixth over the past five years.His comments came during a robust debate in Parliament about the Select Committee’s recent report into the PRS during which he revealed that its report’s recommendations were designed to give more power to tenants.He also highlighted how 14% of them feel they were penalised for complaining and that 200,000 had been abused by their landlord.Letting agents“We found that there is a clear power imbalance, and we called on the Government to consider extending protections which they rightly introduced in the Deregulation Act 2015,” he says.“We also agree with the Government that a specialist housing would provide a more accessible route to redress for tenants and urge them to issue more detailed proposals as soon as possible.”Betts also said the government’s attempts to educated tenants about their rights through leaflets are not getting through to today’s Millennials, and that social media such as Twitter, Facebook and Instagram should be used more.Ministry for Housing Select Committee Kevin Hollinrake MHCLG PRS private rental sector Clive Betts Communities and Local Government April 23, 2018Nigel LewisWhat’s your opinion? Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.Please note: This is a site for professional discussion. Comments will carry your full name and company.This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.Related articles BREAKING: Evictions paperwork must now include ‘breathing space’ scheme details30th April 2021 City dwellers most satisfied with where they live30th April 2021 Hong Kong remains most expensive city to rent with London in 4th place30th April 2021last_img read more

  • For Sale board maker moves into the light

    first_imgKremer Signs has launched a new LED window display division to complement its well known signboards and office signage divisions, supplying a full range of external illuminated and non-illuminated fascia signs, window graphics, wall maps and logo panels.Gary Gosney, Sales & Marketing Director says, “We always listen to our customers, who want high quality signs at affordable prices and to be able to order everything from one trusted supplier.“We have worked hard to establish high quality products, manufactured in the UK – cheaper imported displays are available but don’t stand the test of time, so are offering very competitive pricing and our products have a12 month guarantee and a high quality finish.”Kremer Display offers a wide range of LED window displays, ranging from the popular cable display systems, through to the wall mounted and freestanding LED displays, all of which can be supplied with or without LED illumination.One claimed benefit of LED illumination is that it increases the exposure of the agent’s property portfolio around the clock, and bring your office to life during the darker seasons. LED illuminated window displays paired with an LED illuminated fascia can make all the difference in increasing brand awareness down the high street over your competition.” Kremer Signs LED window displays non-illuminated fascia signs illuminated fascia signs window graphics November 12, 2018The NegotiatorWhat’s your opinion? Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.Please note: This is a site for professional discussion. Comments will carry your full name and company.This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.Related articles Letting agent fined £11,500 over unlicenced rent-to-rent HMO3rd May 2021 BREAKING: Evictions paperwork must now include ‘breathing space’ scheme details30th April 2021 City dwellers most satisfied with where they live30th April 2021 Home » News » Marketing » For Sale board maker moves into the light previous nextMarketingFor Sale board maker moves into the lightUK’s leading boards manufacturer Kremer Signs has launched a branch window LED division, it has been revealed.The Negotiator12th November 201801,134 Viewslast_img read more

  • Referral fees must be revealed after June 1st, says ombudsman

    first_imgHome » News » Referral fees must be revealed after June 1st, says ombudsman previous nextRegulation & LawReferral fees must be revealed after June 1st, says ombudsmanMember agents of TPO have been given the deadline in new revised Codes of Practice issued by ombudsman.Sheila Manchester24th May 201903,950 Views Ist June 2019 will go down in residential lettings history, as the Tenant Fees Act comes into force.But they won’t be the only new rules being introduced. The Property Ombudsman (TPO) scheme’s updated Codes of Practice will also become effective. The revisions are substantial, and incorporate the Tenant Fees Act, Client Money Protection and GDPR requirements and most pressingly, a requirement to reveal referral fees.TPO consulted with 44 different organisations and individuals during the review process  including about referral fees.  The Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government (MHCLG) and The National Trading Standards Estate Agency Team (NTSEAT) provided a technical review of the lettings and sales codes respectively.Along with the Scottish Sales Codes, they were then scrutinised and approved by CTSI. The new Codes are available on TPO Codes page which will soon be revised to include a facility to put forward requests for future changes to the codes.Katrine Sporle, the Ombudsman, said, “We have carried out the largest consultation yet on the codes and are extremely grateful to all of the parties who have contributed to the process. With CTSI’s approval, consumers and agents can be confident that the Codes reflect both market developments and the significant legislative changes that have occurred over the last 12 months. “As the industry changes at such a rapid rate, it is necessary to release new versions of our Codes to help agents understand their responsibilities and reduce the potential for consumer detriment to occur. Given these extensive changes, we have taken the decision to double the number of agent workshops at our annual Conference and will focus delegates attention on pre and post fee ban and code change cases.”Key revisions to the Sales Code include:Leasehold, commonhold & managed freehold disclosure: Agents’ obligations to request and divulge information relating to leasehold have been widened. If material information on the tenure is not known, this should be made clear to the consumer at the outset of marketing.Dual Fees:  In relation to the potential risk to sellers of being charged two commission fees when they sell their property, transparency obligations have been updated and expanded together with a definition of effective introduction in the glossary.The other key revisions to the Lettings Code include:England Only: TPO Code of Practice for Residential Letting Agents is now an England only Code.The current 2016 Lettings Code will continue to apply to Wales and Northern Ireland until such time as Welsh tenant fee legislation becomes effective.Tenant Fees:  The Code reflects changes imposed on agents by the Tenant Fee Act 2019, with new sections on holding deposits and the fees which are permissible under the Act.Tenancy Deposit Replacement Products: A further update takes into account the emergence of tenancy deposit replacement products, putting the onus on agents to clearly explain the potential advantages and disadvantages of that product prior to tenants and landlords committing themselves.Client Money Protection: The Code also reflects the requirement to belong to a CMP scheme and to display the CMP certificate in agents’ offices and on websites.All other Codes including, Scottish Sales, Buying Companies, Buying Agents, Commercial and Business, have been updated in line with legislation and best practice obligations.TPO will apply the new Codes of Practice when reviewing consumer complaints about events that have occurred after 1st June 2019 to ensure consistent advice, guidance and decision making is applied to both Agents and Consumers which raises standards and reduces consumer detriment.TPO’s annual Conference is being held on 10th July at the National Conference Centre, Solihull.Book Tickets HereTo view the updated Codes of Practice visit:  https://www.tpos.co.uk/members/codes-guidance Katrine Sporle referral fees BBC Live Sheila Manchester Tenant Fees Act tenant fees ban The Property Ombudsman scheme’s updated Codes of Practice May 24, 2019The NegotiatorWhat’s your opinion? Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.Please note: This is a site for professional discussion. Comments will carry your full name and company.This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.Related articles Letting agent fined £11,500 over unlicenced rent-to-rent HMO3rd May 2021 BREAKING: Evictions paperwork must now include ‘breathing space’ scheme details30th April 2021 City dwellers most satisfied with where they live30th April 2021last_img read more