Stability, affordability and quality are 'the key to growing the private rented sector'
Shadow housing minister Emma Reynolds has identified stability, affordability and quality as the key to growing the private rented sector. Reynolds was speaking at Winckworth Sherwood’s private rented sector conference, where she also hinted at where policy will focus for a future Labour government in tackling the unpredictability of rising rents and the insecurity of short-term leases.
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