Local Letting Policies
In some cases a partner landlord may introduce a Local Letting Policy (LLP) to ensure good management of stock, or where a planning agreement (commonly called a section 106) is needed for new build properties. For example:-
- Areas where housing is in short supply
- To ensure balanced communities and prevent anti-social behaviour
- To take into account rural or city centre related issues with regard to demand and affordability
In cases where a local lettings policy exists this will be noted on the advert.
Review dates: These policies are reviewed to ensure that they are still appropriate on an annual basis, every April (unless otherwise stated).
Please click the name of the provider to be taken to their individual Local Letting Policies
Full DKO Partners' LLPs
Other Registered Providers' LLPs