Land Registry reduces regulation for social housing providers

Land Registry reduces regulation for social housing providers



The Land Registry has announced changes to the regulations relating to social housing providers in England.

From 6th April 2017, private registered providers of social housing will no longer need to comply with some restrictions in the register when a disposal is lodged for registration.

It was also announced that from the same date that when a private registered provider – such as a housing association – applies to be registered, they will no longer be required to certify their status.

These changes will come into force on the above date when the Housing and Planning Act 2016 amends the Housing and Regeneration Act 2008.


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