National Landlord Association
There are now over 50 Acts of Parliament and more than 70 sets of regulations governing the private-rented sector.
This increasingly heavy regulatory burden means it is more important than ever that landlords understand the legal and regulatory environment in which they manage their lettings.
The National Landlords Association (NLA) seeks a fair legal and regulatory environment for landlord and tenant, and actively lobbies the government at all levels on behalf of its members.
NLA also helps ensure that its members are aware of their statutory rights and responsibilities.
It represents the interests of 1.4 million landlords in the UK, ranging from full-time landlords with large property portfolios to those with houses-of-multiple-occupancy or with single bedroom flats.
Its network of regional representatives and branches provide an important link with local authorities and NLA members.