Revo - Perspectives on Landlord & Tenant Act 1954

In Revo’s role to understand, analyse and advocate for enhanced policy and legislative change, we are looking at various aspects of modern leasing.

We are particularly keen to understand current industry views on the Landlord and Tenant Act 1954.

With average lease lengths reducing and cost pressures rising, does this Act continue to serve its purpose or just hamper the leasing process and make it more costly for those involved? Is there a better way?

Please help us by answering the following multiple choice questions:

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* 1. What is your primary role in the placemaking sector?

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* 2. Generally, are the leases you grant / take / advise on...

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* 3. Do you think that the 1954 Act procedures stifle the retail market?

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* 4. Do you think that the 1954 Act should be abolished for all leases of 5 years or less?

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* 5. Do you think that the 1954 Act should be abolished completely for the retail & leisure sector?

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* 6. What is more important to your business, especially regarding investment?

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* 7. How flexible is your business to change specifically regarding the LTA1954?

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* 8. Would you support the concept of new, alternative measures which protect small and independent businesses under an agreed threshold, whilst introducing more flexibility for larger, multinational operators?

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* 9. Do you have any other comments on the LTA1954?

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