DASH Lincolnshire

These newsletters are produced in partnership between DASH, Boston Borough Council, East Lindsey District Council, Lincoln City Council, North Kesteven, South Holland, South Kesteven, & West Lindsey District Councils.

Lincolnshire Landlord Electronic Newsletters - LLEN

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  • A Landlord Update (FREE)

    Wednesday 20th October 2021

    10.00am – 11.00am

    Session delivered via Microsoft TEAMS


    We recognise that things are constantly being updated so DASH and the NRLA are committed to … more

  • Free English lessons in Boston Borough

    The new Language Lab has been created at Haven High Academy in collaboration with Boston Borough Council.  Members of the community can come together to experience a flexible approach to … more

  • Covid-19 vaccination programme in Boston Borough

    Whilst an incredible 47,184 people in Boston Borough have now had their first Covid jab and 43, 712 have had two doses there are some communities that have not yet come forward in the same numbers, … more

  • Help and support for landlords from HMRC

    HM Revenue and Customs offer free advice to landlords for paying income tax, keeping records and how to complete your self assesment tax return online.

    It offers free webinars and email alerts for … more

  • Do You Have a SHERMAN Tenant?

    So you have your property with its smoke alarms fitted and it’s all rented out but have you ever thought about the tenant’s vulnerability if there was a fire situation?

    Lincolnshire … more

  • Easy to read ‘How to Rent’ guide

    The Governments How to Rent guide has been published for some time but there is now an easy read version which may be useful for some tenancies.

    For further information, see https://www.gov.uk/ … more

  • Ageing Better in Lincolnshire

    The number of people over 55 living in private rented accommodation has more than doubled since 2003 and this trend is set to continue. Despite this trend, England has some of the oldest housing … more

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