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Welcome to the Jersey Landlords Association

 


 

COVID-19 2020

31st March 2020

The current COVID-19 situation is continually evolving and changing. We are doing our best to keep our members updated with relevant information and support, as well as collating information provided by third parties that may be of interest.  

Members can access this information via our Member News page.

Information available currently includes:

 

We hope you will find it useful.

 


 

Annual General Meeting – update

 

       

  Calling All Jersey Landlords, Managers & Agents

Given continuing developments regarding the coronavirus, we have decided to further postpone the AGM at the Mayfair Hotel to Tues 8th September 2020.

We will be re-advertising the event nearer the time, but please make a note of the new date in your diaries. In the meantime we hope to be in touch shortly with an update on our activities.

 

The Jersey Landlords Association AGM will  commence at 7.30pm on Tuesday 8th September.

 

We invite you to join us and welcome our guest speaker DR JAY FEDORAK, Commissioner for the Jersey Office of Information, who will address your questions about the data every landlord must retain and how to keep it safe! 

The Association and the AGM are open to all proprietors and managers involved in the private rental industry (and their partners). This is YOUR Association, attending the AGM is the main opportunity each year to meet your Committee and to express your own opinion on important issues.  We expect a robust exchange of views and concerns to be aired that help us represent you. Don’t forget the complimentary finger buffet and glass of wine for all who wish to stay on and socialise and chat with Committee members after the meeting.

If you are not already a member but would like to become one, here is an opportunity to come and meet other members and sign up on the evening. You will be most welcome.

Please do advise us in advance if you intend to come for additional catering purposes.

For a scheduled detail of the evening and to confirm your wish to attend simply connect here to our facebook page and click the attendance link.

Please take a moment to also share our twitter page.

Click here to Become a member online 

Click here to download  JLA Membership Form 2020
(Print and complete this form ahead of the AGM, bring it with you along with your cheque, this will help us start the event on time)

VOLUNTEERS – Help welcoming people, signing them in, and signing up members, always welcome, offering drinks, taking coats…fancy that?..  Get in touch at admin@jla.je.

The Landlords Association is a non profit organisation.

Our committee hold honorary positions. Your support is much needed to help with existing and proposed legislation and responsibilities.
Help us help you and our tenants stay afloat….


Eviction? Me – no way..
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Is there a landlord out there that takes on a tenant to aspire to this end…
Indeed…. the idea in itself is very alarming, and of serious concern. It is also becoming the catalyst for the proposal. Yet this is a simple area we can address, we all have tenants, we believe we have good relationships with our tenants.
We must talk about this, we must talk with our tenants about this.

The AGM is where we can air and share proposals like these with you and take a show of hands. Let’s get the party started.

 


Living and Working in Jersey

Jersey is a British Crown Dependency situated 100 miles (160kms) south of mainland Britain it is the most southerly of the British Isles – in fact it is just 14 miles (22 kms) from the coast of Normandy, France. Surrounded by stunning coastline and sweeping beaches, despite its compact size – just 9 miles by 5 miles (14 kms by 8 kms) – Jersey squeezes in a diverse landscape including beautiful rural countryside (home to its famous brown cows!), and its bustling capital, the town of St Helier.

Jersey welcomes skilled people to seek work on the Island, however preference is given to residents known as ‘Entitled’ these are people who have either lived on the island for 10 years, were born in Jersey, are the child of a person born on the island or child of a registered resident.

As Jersey is a small island there are restrictions placed on the accommodation that is available to rent or buy, those who are entitled residents are entitled to rent any type of accommodation they choose. All other persons can occupy ‘registered’ accommodation; this covers a range of living accommodation from flats, apartments, bedsits, rooms studios and residential lodging accommodation in Jersey.

More information about housing laws


 

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