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Thursday, September 04, 2014

'To-let' boards banned in Newcastle

Newcastle Upon Tyne landlords will be hit with a £2,500 fine if they put up 'To-let' signs at their rental properties starting from December.

Using a Regulation 7 direction, Newcastle City Council will put a stop to the use of boards to advertise a property to let in the suburbs of Jesmond, Heaton, Shieldfield, Sandyford, Spital Tongues and Gosforth.

Newcastle is the first major city to be granted a ban on lettings boards.

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