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  1. ARLA Propertymark has recently been contacted by Her Majesty’s Senior Coroner for Inner west London. The Coroner has examined a case of a woman whose death was caused by an explosion in her flat which resulted from a broken gas pipe below the kitchen floor.

    Gas safety advice from London Fire Brigade originally appeared on the ARLA website on 17 August 2017. This content cannot be reproduced without prior written consent.

  2. Progress with the first advertising campaign to highlight the importance of using an agent offering Propertymark Protection has moved on considerably this week.

    Are you ready to be put in the spotlight? originally appeared on the ARLA website on 16 August 2017. This content cannot be reproduced without prior written consent.

  3. A Westminster Hall debate for MPs on the proposed ban on letting agent fees has been scheduled for 6 September at 9.30am. The debate has been called by Kevin Hollinrake MP for Thirsk and Malton, Chair and founder of Hunters Estate Agents.

    Westminster Hall debate on fees originally appeared on the ARLA website on 15 August 2017. This content cannot be reproduced without prior written consent.

  4. As a letting agent, safety within homes you manage should be a top priority. To help ensure products and appliances remain safe, the Association of Manufacturers of Domestic Appliances (AMDEA), set up Register My Appliance (RMA) as a not-for-profit safety initiative.

    Do you know about Register My Appliance? originally appeared on the ARLA website on 17 August 2017. This content cannot be reproduced without prior written consent.

  5. ARLA Propertymark has provided information to the Cambridge Centre for Housing & Planning Research (CCHPR) who have been commissioned by the Joseph Rowntree Foundation to investigate how to improve the English private rented sector as a source of accommodation for people in poverty.

    ARLA Propertymark contribute to PRS and poverty research project originally appeared on the ARLA website on 16 August 2017. This content cannot be reproduced without prior written consent.

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