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The Residential Landlords Association today reveals its new corporate identity, as the home for landlords.For the last two decades the RLA brand has been synonymous with trusted information and advice, quality training and robust campaigning and research work.Now, to coincide with the RLA’s 20th birthday, it has undergone a total rebrand to reflect the changing landscape of the private rented sector (PRS) and the dynamic attitudes of modern landlords.While it may not look the same, the association will continue to offer all those services members have come to rely on and more, with a new conference programme and a range of 20th anniversary celebrations planned this year.RLA chairman Alan Ward said:“The RLA is a very different organisation from the one we launched 20 years ago and our original logo has served us well.“Always innovative, we needed to
modern values of
landlords and renting and
the new logo makes that statement emphatically.“Our mission to advise, inform, educate, represent and protect our members remains unchanged.“We’re extremely proud of how much the association has grown over recent years and we want to continue evolving and welcoming new members.”Chief Executive Andrew Goodacre added:“Our new identity is more than a rebrand, it is part of our aim to empower better landlords and change the perceptions of landlords in the mainstream media - an ongoing battle."“We believe our powerful and contemporary new look will make us more approachable, more powerful in campaigning and more accessible to members, politicians and academics.”To celebrate the re-brand, Property Tribes is offering 25% discount off membership of the RLA. This is an exclusive offer to our community!Claim your 25% discount off RLA membershipProperty Tribes would like to congratulate the RLA on their 20th anniversary and also their new look. Landlords need a voice now at a political level like never before, and, as there is strength in numbers, we urge all our community to join the RLA and give them more influence, supporting the important work they do in representing landlords' best interests.To celebrate the re-brand, Property Tribes is offering 25% discount off membership of the RLA. This is an exclusive offer to our community!Claim your 25% discount off RLA membershipFind out more by visiting the RLA website.SEE ALSO - RLA calls for suspension of Right to RentUP NEXT - 5 threats that should be on landlords' radarDON'T MISS - RLA - Bad landlords are a stain on the marketNOW WATCH:
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Disappointing that there are no planned discussions for the RLA and NLA to join together.
I believe a new NRLA would deliver far better for the PRS.
There is only one CBI
Only one FSB
Why does the PRS need multiple bodies to represent the PRS!?
Such fracturing of the PRS represenation does the PRS no good at all.
We need one body with many more members.
I believe every LL should be approached by one body to join as FREE associate members.
This will then give the new NRLA the chance to market to associate LL to become full subcribing members.
While the PRS representation is split by multiple bodies the PRS will be ignored.
Far better to have 2 million FREE Associate members of a NRLA than the situation that pertains currently.
I have rejoined the RLA and was able to take advantage of the 25% discount code - thank you.