How could Boris Johnson's resignation impact the Renters' Reform Bill? - with Sean Hooker

On the morning that Boris Johnson announced he would resign as Prime Minister, Sean Hooker, Head of Redress at the Property Redress Scheme, and Goodlord's Oli Sherlock joined this webinar recording on the topic of the Renters' Reform Bill white paper, talking through how this new development may affect the proposals going forwards - including if the bill could be delayed.


They also answer questions from webinar attendees on how the proposals are expected to impact the private rented sector at large.


If you're interested in the topics raised in this podcast, check out our e-book, Your guide to the "A Fairer Private Rented Sector" white paper, for a full overview of what you need to know about the white paper proposals, plus dip into the extra resources below:

➡️ Your guide to the Renters' Reform Bill proposals announced in the Fairer Rented Sector White Paper

➡️ Section 21: Your guide to the proposed changes to evictions

➡️ Your guide to the new Private Renters' Ombudsman

➡️ Your guide to the proposed property portal for landlords

➡️ Section 8: Your guide to the proposed changes

➡️ What is the Decent Homes Standard?


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