Everyone is instructed to comply with the rules issued by the government in relation to coronavirus, in order to protect both themselves and others.
As of 1pm on 26 March 2020 new Regulations extending the restrictions are now enforceable by law in England due to the threat to public health. These supersede Regulations that came into force at 2pm on 21 March 2020. They are enforceable in Wales from 4pm on 26 March 2020, Scotland from 7.15pm on 26 March 2020 and Northern Ireland from 11pm on 28 March.
Where an owner, proprietor or manager carrying out a business (or a person responsible for other premises) contravenes the Regulations, that person commits an offence.
Guidance for landlords and tenants
Government support available for landlords and renters reflecting the current coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak
Council tax: COVID-19 hardship fund 2020 to 2021 – guidance
Advice for landlords carrying out right to rent checks during the coronavirus pandemic.
Work carried out in people’s homes
COVID-19: guidance for employees
Claim a grant through the coronavirus (COVID-19) Self-employment Income Support Scheme
If you cannot pay your tax bill on time
Guidance for households with possible coronavirus infection
Guidance and advice for those providing hotel and other accommodation in the UK.
This page provides advice and guidance for all court and tribunal users during the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak and will be updated when new advice is available.
The Planning Inspectorate has published guidance on site visits, hearings, inquiries and events.
Guidance applies to people buying or selling private residential homes which they intend to live in
Guides issued by Welsh Government
Guides issued by Scottish Government
Guides issued by Northern Ireland Government
Coronavirus Act 2020
Complete ban on evictions and additional protection for renters
Coronavirus (Scotland) Bill – impact on the private rented sector
Coronavirus: what landlords need to know from NRLA