Homes (Fitness for Human Habitation) Act

Fire Safety for Property Owners This Winter

Ensuring Fire Safety Measures During the Festive Season: A Crucial Reminder for Property Owners and Landlords As the air turns crisp and the festive season approaches, it’s a time of joy, celebration, and, for many businesses, increased foot traffic and gatherings. Amidst the cheer, it’s vital to remember the importance of fire safety, particularly when […]

Fire Safety for Property

Section 21 Evictions to Remain Until Court Reforms

The landscape of the UK rental market is undergoing significant changes, with a focus on balancing the rights and concerns of both landlords and tenants. One pivotal change revolves around Section 21 repossessions and the government’s commitment to reforming the court system before its abolition. These reforms aim to address the extended delays in court […]

How Block Management Services Can Help Your Bournemouth Property.

If you own property, particularly within a development, you’ve likely heard about block management services. But what exactly is block management, and why might you need it? In this comprehensive guide, we delve explore what it entails, its significance, and how it can benefit you as a property owner. Understanding The Service Block management is […]

Hope for Food Charity Food Donations December 2022

Our office is open 9am-5pm weekdays   Our address is – 158 Charminster Road, BH8 8UU   The Staff at Roberts are collecting food donations this week to support the Hope for Food collections being organised by Bournemouth School. We feel this is a very worthwhile cause and we want to follow our trend and […]

Help for Food Charity Food Donations December 2022

Letting agents now face prosecution over ‘No DSS’ policies and adverts.

The Government has introduced a new six month notice period until at least the end of March. Alongside the extension of the eviction ban for another four weeks, the government is requiring landlords to provide tenants with six months’ notice in all cases except those involving anti-social behaviour and domestic abuse perpetrators, until at least […]

Electrical Safety Regulations

In the last couple few Government Budgets and Annual Statements have introduced a series of legislation changes and issues that will affect and put pressure on our Landlord customers.  We feel that there are several matters that will come into force in the next 12 to 24 months that we need you to be made […]

Why move to Bournemouth?

From its beautiful sandy beaches, to the towns vibrant nightlife, Bournemouth has a lot to offer every individual. Whether you’re looking for somewhere pleasant and quiet to retire or somewhere to start a family, Bournemouth has something for everyone. Bournemouth is well renowned for its glorious beaches stretching almost 9 miles across the coast, from […]

Buy to let in the UK is still a good investment compared to other assets

Buy to let is still a good investment option in the UK, beating investing in gold, cash and fine art in the last decade in terms of returns, new research has found. Investing in the FTSE 100 would have brought the biggest return when considering the annual capital gain and the percentage yield with an […]

Homes (Fitness for Human Habitation) Act

In the last couple of years Government Budgets and Annual Statements have introduced a series of legislation changes and issues that will affect our Landlord customers.  We feel that there are several matters that will come into force in the next 12 to 24 months that we need you to be made aware of and […]

Tenant Fee Ban receives Royal Assent

The Tenant Fee Bill which received Royal Assent last week and now becomes an Act, puts an end to fees imposed by Landlords or Agents – with the ban on fees to come into effect from 1 June. It is expected to save tenants across England at least £240 million a year, or up to […]