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REQUIREMENT BY LAW FOR LANDLORDS TO REGISTER WITH ODPA BETWEEN 1ST JANUARY & 28TH FEBRUARY 2021 AND ANNUALLY THEREAFTER 

Members of GPRLA Council have requested ODPA to extend the period of registration beyond 28th February in reaction to the new Covid-19 lockdown in Guernsey.  We have had in response from ODPA the quoted legislation ‘time frame’ only, plus advised it is in ‘discussions with government’.
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GPRLA Open meeting

POSTPONED DUE TO CURRENT COVID-19 LOCKDOWN

GPRLA were holding an open meeting at 7 pm on Tuesday 26th January at the Guernsey Yacht Club, Castle Emplacement, with guest speaker Rachel Masterton, Deputy Data Protection Commissioner.  Rachel would have been talking about the Data Protection Law registration process and  giving an overview of other requirements of the law, followed by a questions and answers session.

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GPRLA Open meeting

 

GPRLA is holding an open meeting at 7 pm on Tuesday 26th January at the Guernsey Yacht Club, Castle Emplacement, with guest speaker Rachel Masterton, Deputy Data Protection Commissioner.  Rachel will be talking about the Data Protection Law registration process and  giving an overview of other requirements of the law, followed by a questions and answers session.

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Guernsey Private Residential Landlords Association
to All States Deputies


Dear Deputy

                                       Proposition No P.2020/30

                        Proposed Introduction of a General Housing Law

                                                     AMENDMENT

 

The GPRLA write to you today on behalf of our 254 members representing 1477 units of accommodation in the Island. We request that you do not support the Amendment to the above law for the following reasons.

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Landlords should treat themselves as a “controlled” environment/activity, where the social distancing requirements are less restrictive, e.g. social distancing is only 1 metre.  Use common sense about social distancing, sanitary behaviour etc.
 
Landlords need to email the name and contact details for their designated record-keeper (i.e. probably themselves) to controlledbusinessnotification@gov.gg before making their first inspection/visit to their let property, or if work needs to be done there.
 
As part of that they are required to keep a contact tracing diary which can be downloaded from the covid-19 website.
That will keep a record of who the landlord or their contractor saw/which property they visited and when, plus the tenant’s name and phone number.
We’d suggest that tenants who are required to give anyone access to the home they are renting, be it landlord or his contractor/s for any work that need to be done there, should also keep a contact tracing diary.
 
This then allows easy contact tracing should it become necessary.  

Such visits are not allowed if either the person visiting or the tenant have had covid-19 symptoms within the last 48 hours, or if anyone in the household is in isolation, or shielding following advice from a medical professional.

The Covid-19 team say
“The Guidance can be read here https://covid19.gov.gg/guidance/business/lockdownupdate    The full information is in the PDF at the bottom of the page https://covid19.gov.gg/sites/default/files/2020-05/Guidance%20for%20Businesses%20and%20Organisations%20during%20Phase%204%20%20-%20Version%202%20-%2029%20May%202020%20.pdf  You may want to specifically reference the information for work taking place within households in Section C.”

We hope that helps, and remember that the covid-19 website contains lots of helpful information if you have any questions.
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