Goodlord has announced its newest integration with geospatial technology company Kamma in a keynote that unveiled a string of new product features, integrations and partnerships. Councils have been reporting more fines than ever this year, with total fines currently measuring over £9.8 million in London alone. These fines are fuelled by a scenario of ever-changing […]
Total fines for letting agents and landlords in the Greater London area have increased from £6,502,932 in August 2021 to £8,010,344 at the start of this month Around 20% of all fines have been recorded in the last 12 months, suggesting a major post-pandemic increase in enforcement from London’s Local Authorities Rent Repayment Orders, an […]
November 23, 2021 – Geospatial technology firm Kamma has today reported that total fines for rogue landlords and letting agents has crossed the £7 million mark for the first time. This represents an increase of £600,000 in the last four months, and includes a £372,874 increase in just the last month. Kamma is the only […]
Total fines of £139,146 were handed out to landlords and letting agents in the most recent month of data, up from £22,000 seen just two months prior Local authorities in London have now handed out more than £6.5 million in fines since the Rogue Landlord and Agent (RLAC) checker was launched Dramatic increase in levels […]
The government’s new rogue landlord database was billed as a key tool for local councils to target the country’s worst landlords, but, more than six months after the system started, not a single name has been added – and even when some are added, the public will not be able to find out. Simon Goodley, […]
How PropTech firm Kamma (formerly GetRentr) helps simplify the complexity of selective licensing schemes Simon Goodley, writing in The Guardian, discusses how measures to stop poor property management are patchy and confusing. You can read the full article here.
Arthur Online takes a look at Kamma (formerly GetRentr): the NLA approved platform for automating landlords’ compliance with the changing licensing schemes in the UK. You can read the full article here.
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