Apologies to anyone who has had problems accessing the site over the past week.
The reason for this is that we have just more or less completed a major project – moving my websites away from their current server to specialist hosting.
Landlord Law is now with Pantheon, a specialist Drupal hosting company (as it is built on Drupal software) and my other sites (along with this blog and Nearly Legal) are now with WP Engine which specialise in WordPress hosting.
I must say I am really pleased at how fast the sites are now, particularly Landlord Law where often the pages seem to come up almost instantaneously.
Huge thanks to my IT man, Mark-in-America who researched the project and carried it out flawlessly.
We have also started the filming work for our Landlord Law TV project, but more on that later.
What happened on the blog though?
I have had to very quickly load up the July theme posts, which should have been done while I was on holiday but did not because of my laptop failure. So find out about rooms in shared houses here …
Regular readers will know who Ben is, but here is a proper introduction now he is working full time with Easy Law Training. And there is a video. Find it all here …
The final shared properties post – find out what you should NOT do here …
Ben Reeve Lewis reports on a government think tank meeting on the new housing bill – and has a few things to say about it. Read them here …
Ben gets used to freedom, pitches ‘Frazzy’s law’ to the government and warns of impending disaster if there is a mortgage interest rate rise. Read it all here …
- The NLA clarify the new right to rent proposals from the government
- A new all party parliamentary group has been formed to address the housing crisis
- Video – David Smith gives Property Tribes an update on the new regulation plans
- Nearly Legal considers the govt ‘wizard wheezes’ to deal with immigration
- Dawn Foster in the Guardian looks at Jeremy Corbyn’s housing proposals
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