GPRLA forthcoming Annual General Meeting (AGM) will be at Guernsey Yacht Club, Castle Emplacement, St Peter Port on Monday 26 June 2017, commencing at 8pm. Before the AGM at 7.30pm sharp there will be an Open Meeting with guest speaker Dave Ingrouille who will be talking about the current state of letting in Guernsey.
Please read the media statement we have received from Guernsey Police:MEDIA STATEMENTLandlords who own blocks of flats, or houses of multiple occupancy are being advised to step up security measures for post which is sent to their tenants. HMO’s are properties which are shared by three or more tenants who aren’t members of the same family. “Many communal addresses have an area where post for a number of occupants is left in a single lobby area, which is often unsecured,” said Crime Reduction Adviser, Andy Goodall. “Not only does thisSEE DETAILS
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For those who could not attend the AGM on 20th June 2016 we had our main speaker, former Deputy Housing Minister Graham Guille, expressing his concern at the current state of the housing market and Jeff, our chairman, pointing out how a simple change to a property e.g. connecting to main drainage (which requires planning permission) could cost an unwittinglandlord thousands of pounds extra.READ THE FULL WRITE UP
Further to the talk given on the 19 July at Beau Sejour by the States of Guernsey Population Management team, we have kindly been given a copy of the slideshow allowing for distribution by the Guernsey Private Residential Landlord Association (“GPRLA”).So if any of you missed and were unable to attend on the evening for whatever reason enclosed is a copy to see at your leisure at a time convenient to you. The topics covered include your responsibilities, the Recognised Break in Residence (RBRs) and other changes.Please note that weSEE DETAILS