>Welsh Government Announce Changes To Eviction Noti
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Today The Welsh Government has announced its intention to increase the notice period for evictions to 31st March 2021. Notice periods had been due to return after 30th September.

An increased notice period of 6 months will continue to apply to all tenancies. However, where the reason for giving notice relates to anti-social behaviour or domestic violence, pre-Covid notice periods are expected to apply.

The Welsh Government intends to review these arrangements in December.
More information on what the changes mean for you and your tenants will be available next week.
Also tenants that are struggling to pay their rent because of Covid-19 may also be eligible to apply for a new low interest loan which can be repaid over a period of up to five years at a rate of 1% APR. This loan will be paid directly to landlords and agents.

Also The Welsh Government funded Tenancy Saver Loan scheme is due to launch in the coming weeks. 


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