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Scottish parliament consults on introducing rent controls

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However, SNP first minister Nicola Sturgeon has dismissed the idea of raising the top rate of income tax for those earning more than £150,000 from 45% to 50%, as has been proposed by Scottish..

We can control rents so that. or the two men in Downing Street to introduce such solutions in our city. The right to buy will be abolished in Scotland in August 2016, and the Scottish government.

 · Rent controls . Jeremy Corbyn and John Healey have said Labour would introduce rent controls across UK cities were the party to come into power and in London, Mayor Sadiq Khan is reported to be backing plans for rent stabilisation and control in the capital.

A Bill ending the ‘no fault’ eviction ground and introducing rent controls was passed by the Scottish Parliament last week. The Private Housing (tenancies) (scotland) bill means that agents and landlords will no longer be able to ask tenants to leave simply because their tenancy agreement has ended.

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overwhelming support for rent controls6 and there is a clear majority in the Scottish Parliament in favour of some kind of controls on rent, with the SNP, Labour, and the Greens all having indicated support. Tenants in Scotland deserve better. Living Rent is thus calling for the 2016 Act to be reopened and amended. The kind of rent controls we are

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Scottish parliament consults on introducing rent controls The Scottish government is consulting on introducing rent controls north of the border with a view to protecting private sector tenants from increasing rents.

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Percy, mum to Elizabeth, 15, Jack, 13, and George, six, estimates she and her husband, a school premises manager, have paid £150,000 in rent since their first. The government is continuing to.

Primary legislation (a new Act of the Scottish Parliament) – the Scottish Government is prepared to introduce a Bill to implement a regulatory framework, if this is necessary; New, or changes to, secondary legislation (regulations) New statutory or voluntary guidance or codes of conduct (government-led or industry-led)