Rent Overdue! Advice for Landlords

One of the main concerns for landlords is rent arrears. Fear is often instilled as soon as a landlord notices a missed payment. However, it doesn’t necessarily mean the start of continual rent arrears. Citylets gives advice below on the recommended steps to help prevent the situation escalating to something more serious or prolonged. Start...

Slow Broadband – A Rental Deal Breaker

We happen to live in modern times surrounded by sophisticated technologies and with internet present in almost every place we go: cafes, on board of public transportation, High Street shops, to name but a few. It doesn’t surprise anyone to have reception on a beach or in the mountains. Our expectations related to internet naturally...

Edinburgh Council to Regenerate North Sighthill

City of Edinburgh Council signed a multimillion contract with a Doncaster based community regeneration and housebuilding company, Keepmoat, to revamp North Sighthill. The £35 million regeneration project will see 316 new houses and flats built on the grounds of what once was the Edinburgh’s West landmark – Sighthill high rise blocks. The three towers were...

New Improved Landlord Registration System Now Live

The online register of private landlords was first introduced in 2006 but since then digital technology has evolved a great deal and the system has become outdated. In response to the increasing users’ needs and changing standards, a new digital application for the register of landlords has been developed for the Scottish Government by Register...

Unique Modular Build To Rent Scheme

A unique modular construction of 249 homes for rent is to be brought to Greenwich in south London by Elements Europe, modular specialist with more than a decade’s experience, in partnership with developer Essential Living. The Creekside Wharf development will be one of the first Build to Rent schemes constructed that way and one of...