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Lettings chief to set out objectives of new rental sector body

The chief executive of a new lettings sector trade body is to address his first conference next month, giving an indication of the objectives of the new group.

The National Residential Landlords Association was given the green light early last autumn by the two previous trade organisations, the National Landlords Association and the Residential Landlords Association.

However, a proposed formal launch date for the new organisation – January 1 this year – proved to be seriously over-ambitious and the former groups blamed technicalities for a delay.

Now it appears the merger process is back on track and the new NRLA chief executive, Ben Beadle, is to lead the body which will represent over 80,000 landlords, owning and managing half a million properties, equivalent to about 10 per cent of the private rented sector in England and Wales.

He is to make his first major speech at the Property Investor Show at the Excel Centre in London on April 3 and April 4.

Beadle is billed as discussing how the NRLA’s not-for-profit status ensures the savings that occur from the merger will be invested into providing greater assistance for its members.

“Our new, bigger organisation is the largest landlord association in the country and now provides an even more powerful resource for them. We are a loud voice in the property industry, the media and in lobbying government – particularly important at this challenging time for the sector” says Beadle.

“Our new, bigger organisation is the largest landlord association in the country and now provides an even more powerful resource for them. We are a loud voice in the property industry, the media and in lobbying government – particularly important at this challenging time for the sector” says Beadle.

“At the Property Investor Show I’ll be laying out why being a member of the NRLA is important, what we offer to landlords in terms of advice, products, services, support and the value that we provide for just 20 pence per day – and that may be set to become even better value still.”

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