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written by naomi baron

Two Major Landlord Organisations Join to Create One Large Landlord Representation

The National Landlords Association (NLA) and the Residential Landlords Association (RLA) have announced their plans to merge into one major landlord organisation in the New Year, which will be known as the NRLA.

January 2020 will see the merge of these two, currently independent organisations in a move designed to provide a stronger regional and national voices for the private rented sector.

The chairs of the NLA and the RLA, Adrian Jeakings and Alan Ward respectively, believe working together will have a stronger impact in their representations to Government on landlord campaigns.

The RLA was established in 1998 with the NLA dating back to 1973.  Both organisations provide advice, training and support to its members.  Currently, much of the organisations campaign work is in parallel with the other, so landlord members have much to gain from this merger.