Home Run Contact Information
Weekdays 9am-5pm (Wednesdays 11am-5pm)
In the Advice Centre on the walkway of Union House, next to the Travel Shop, overlooking the square
Home Run is pleased to announce that this year's winners of 'Landlord of the Year' are Allan and Penny Sutton. Allan and Penny attended the Union Awards Ceremony on Tuesday 16th April and were presented with the title of 'Landlord of the Year 2013' and a winner's certificate.
(L-R) Jo Plumstead - Union Advice Worker, Natalie Beales - Home Run Administrator, Jo Spiro - Student Support Services Manager, Penny and Allan Sutton - Landlord of the Year 2013
All of the shortlisted landlords can be seen below.
We've moved over to a new, updated version of software. In order to fully use this, we've put together three short guide for landlords. You can access them by clicking the links below:
If you have any difficulties using the new site, please don't hesitate to contact the Home Run Administrator at email@example.com or 01603 592505
We've put together a handy sheet containing information about moving out and getting rid of various household items. Please, if possible, print this out and put it up in a visible place in your rental properties. You can find it here.
March 2012 :
Home Run would like to congratulate Nigel and Glenis Langley on winning 'Landlord of the Year 2012' at the Union Awards. They attended and were presented with the award just prior to Easter. Students nominated them and commented they had been meaning to do so for a few years.
Apologies for the late posting of this note
Home Run would like to congratulate Jim Kelly on winning 'Landlord of the Year' at the Union Awards. Nominations for this award came directly from students and we'd like to thank Jim for providing accommodation and a service that our students want to praise!
We are now accepting registrations for academic year 2011/12. Current Home Run landlords should receive re-registration details via post within the next few days. If you are not currently registered but wish to accredit with Home Run please see our registration information.
With effect from October 1st there will be a change to legislation which raises the annual rental threshold for assured, including assured shorthold tenancies to £100,000 per annum. Previously the threshold was £25,000 per annum. For more information please see the Communities and Local Government website.
In response to the planning changes outlined below, the change of government has also prompted a change of legislation.
Grant Shapps - the Housing Minister - has laid two statutory instruments which will come into effect from 1st October that will again mean that planning permission is not required if a property is let to unrelated people (i.e. an HMO) rather than a family. If you are not familiar with what these changes refer to, please read more here.