20 Jan

Merger boost to NLA membership

Merger boost to NLA membership

The membership of the National Landlords Association (NLA) has been increased by the decision of a Scottish association to join forces with it, which may interest those involved in the buy-to-let sector.

NLA numbers have been swelled by its merger with the South of Scotland Private Landlords Association (SoSPLA), the NLA has announced today.

Welcoming the move, NLA Scotland chairman Jim Parker said this would be beneficial in the south of Scotland, commenting: "We can provide a louder voice for landlords in the area, helping to raise the profile of the private-rented sector and the contribution it makes to the housing mix."

SoSPLA founder member Jim Sharpe remarked that it was beneficial for all the UK's landlords to join forces in "one unified voice" to benefit members of the association and help influence housing policies.

Earlier this month NLA Scotland issued a reminder to its members that from January 4th it has been mandatory under new legislation to provide energy performance certificates to new tenants.

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