Although vague promises of the abolition of “no fault” evictions have been around for many years now, the introduction of the Renters (Reform) Bill (“the Bill”) to Parliament on 17 May 2023 suggests that the s21 possession procedure is indeed finally on its way out.
However, the Bill proposes many further changes that will be of critical importance to private sector residential landlords. This article will summarize the most significant of the proposed reforms and provide some analysis as to how the Bill will impact interested parties if it ultimately makes its way into legislation.
Periodic Tenancies and Possession
The Bill proposes five key changes to the way in which private landlords will now be able to obtain possession of their properties.
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