The Letting People Invited to raise issues at The Houses of Parliament
The Letting People was delighted to receive an invitation to join a delegation of construction-related firms to raise current issues at The Houses of Parliament.
Caroline Kempster, co-owner and Marketing Director joined delegates from across the county, with the Coventry and Warwickshire Chamber of Commerce, as they visited Westminster. They raised key issues with Nuneaton MP Marcus Jones, the Prime Ministers' small business ambassador for the Midlands; Stratford MP Nadhm Zahawi, a member of the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills select committee; and Sajid Javid, the Financial Secretary to the Treasury.
Caroline was also delighted to have the opportunity to sit in the House of Lords and hear the 2nd reading of the Immigration Bill where she heard the live debate. This was of particular interest as Lord Best spoke of the "daunting" and "adverse" effects this Bill could have on the private rented sector. He highlighted some of the logistics of the Bill and particularly the effects in regard to the onerous immigration checks that landlords, and their agents, might have to carry out on their tenants and their families, if the Bill became law. Lord Best recommended that a pilot scheme would be the best way forward to test the possible effects of the Bill.
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We have a buy-to-let property and were concerned when it was valued for less rent than we had anticipated. We were therefore sceptical when The Letting People valued it higher than other agents, but were then delighted when their commitment proved that they could let it quickly at the target rental. We have returned to The Letting People several times in the past 5 years, and can certainly recommend their professional service.
Mr and Mrs V, landlords, Warwick