Improving standards in London’s PRS

As part of Future of London's research programme on how the public sector can engage private landlords in energy efficiency, this post considers the spatial shifts in London’s private rented sector (PRS), and the effect of its rapid growth on housing standards. The private rented sector in London has increased significantly during the last 10-15 … [Read more...]

Invisible landlords and criminal operators – regulating a diverse sector

We held the second seminar for our EDF Energy-sponsored research programme, Engaging private landlords in energy efficiency, on 23rd October, hosted by Pinsent Masons. Participants included housing, energy and enforcement officers from various London boroughs, related third sector organisations and a representative from the Residential Landlords … [Read more...]