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Renters Reform Bill Hub

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Welcome to The Independent Landlord Renters Reform Bill Hub, a handy place where you can find links to all my resources and content on the Bill.

This Bill was published on 17 May 2023, and is already controversial piece of draft legislation. It proposes making significant changes to the laws which regulate the private rented sector.

It’s a long document, and will change during its journey through both Houses of Parliament and the committee stage. Click here to download all 89 pages.

And as usual, the devil is and will be in the detail. And this is the place where you can come to see at a glance what’s important, and dive into the detail if that’s what you’re after.

I update this page regularly.

Last updated: 30 May 2023

tool kit for the renters reforms, resources for landlords and property investors
The Renters Reform Bill Hub is your tool box to tackle the challenges of rental reforms

Here is a handy list of all of the blog posts and articles I’ve written on the Renters Reform Bill. I’ll update this hub regularly, adding new resources, so please bookmark it to come back in the future.

General guides to the Renters Reform Bill

Terminating tenancies

Increasing Rent



Other guides

  • Assured Shorthold Tenancies. Updated to include an explanation of how the Renters Reform Bill will abolish ASTs and replace them with Assured Tenancies. Updated 27 May 2023.

Other useful resources for the Renters Reform Bill

These are guides to the Renters Reform Bill that I’ve found useful:

The Renters (Reform) Bill: by Annette Cafferkey of 4-5 Gray’s Inn Square. This is an excellent detailed summary of the legalities in the Bill.

Renters (Reform) Bill Explanatory Notes: 106 page detailed guidance published by the House of Commons on 17 May 2023

Final thoughts

Over the coming months and years, there’s bound to be a lot of commentary in the media from different pressure groups.

However, I will use my long experience as a solicitor, and that as a self-managing landlord, to bring an independent and reliable take on what the Renters Reform Bill is likely to mean for landlords in practice.

Please bookmark this Renters Reform Hub as a place for reliable, free resources on the Renters Reform Bill. I’ll be adding content very regularly.

If you’d like to be notified when there’s new content, you can sign up for my free weekly newsletter. I’ll have a section on the Renters Reform Bill every week, and will flag any new resources for those in the property community.

macbook with a copy of the Renters (Reform) Bill on the screen
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