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The last meeting took place Tuesday 7 March 2017
Newport landlords are invited to the next meeting for an update about:
By law, all landlords and agents in Wales must be registered or licensed with Rent Smart Wales from 23 November 2016.
Landlords and agents who do not comply could be issued with a fixed penalty or fined.
If you have property to rent in Newport, or anywhere in Wales, private landlords are required to register and private landlords or their agents need to obtain a licence from Rent Smart Wales.
You need to register only once or apply for one licence, regardless of how many rental properties you have in Wales.
You will still need to apply for individual property licences for Houses in Multiple Occupation.
Find advice and information at Rent Smart Wales or call 03000 133344
The Landlord Accreditation Wales (LAW) scheme is now closed to new members.
You can subscribe for updates on the Rent Smart Wales website and you will be notified when new training courses are available.
Read more on the Welsh Government website or follow @rentsmartwales
All landlords, agents or agency representatives are welcome to attend meetings, your input is essential and valued.
Download the Rent Smart Wales presentation (pdf)
Download the Landlord Taxation newsletter (pdf)
Download the Housing Wales Act presentation (pdf)
Download the Renting Homes Bill presentation (pdf)
Download the Legionella update presentation (pdf)
Download the Developing a Private Rented Sector Strategy for Newport presentation (pdf)
Download the presentation on Common hazards and their remedies (pdf)
Download the update presentation on Part 1 Housing (Wales) Act 2014 (pdf)
Part 1 Housing (Wales) Act 2014 presented by Anne Rowland, Welsh Government (pdf)
Contact Newport City Council for further information.