Ed Miliband will set out a series of proposed reforms to the private rented sector, declaring that "Generation Rent" has been ignored.
Labour's proposals include:
- Landlords restricted to one rent review a year and required by law to keep it below a set level.
- Charges imposed on tenants by up to 94 percent of agents - reaching as much as £500 - would be banned.
- Tenants would get a three-year deal so long as they paid the rent on time and were not guilty of anti-social behaviour in the first six months.
- Landlords could only serve tenants with two months' notice to leave with "good reason".
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