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first_imgThe Welsh Housing Minister has claimed that the “vast majority” of people and organisation who contributed to a recent consultation on letting fees in Wales support her government’s proposed tenant fees ban including a “significant number of landlords”. Rebecca Evans, Minister for Housing and Regeneration (pictured), said 700 responses were received from tenants, landlords and letting agents and said early analysis of these responses revealed “strong support for action in this area”. Although a full response to the consultation is not expected until the New Year, the Minister says support for a ban is strong enough for her to reveal that a ban will now go ahead, bringing Wales in line with Scotland and soon, England.“I have therefore instructed my officials to proceed with plans to develop legislation,” she says.“Officials will also begin a programme of engagement with stakeholders to share information and help us shape detailed plans about how future legislation would work in practice.”Tenant fees banIt would appear that the Minister has not been swayed by ARLA’s postition that a ban would make renting more expensive in the long run, a claim it made in July when a proposed Welsh fees ban was unveiled. “Agents have to make their individual voices heard alongside ARLA Propertymark’s collective response,” ARLA Chief Executive David Cox (pictured, left) said at the time. “Our independent research shows beyond doubt that this legislation would ultimately cost tenants more.” But Rebecca Evans says in her statement that the evidence “supports the view that agents’ and other fees have made the private rented sector unaffordable and inaccessible for some individuals and families”.rebecca evans ARLA David Cox fees ban Welsh letting fees ban December 5, 2017Nigel LewisWhat’s your opinion? Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.Please note: This is a site for professional discussion. Comments will carry your full name and company.This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.Related articles BREAKING: Evictions paperwork must now include ‘breathing space’ scheme details30th April 2021 City dwellers most satisfied with where they live30th April 2021 Hong Kong remains most expensive city to rent with London in 4th place30th April 2021 Home » News » Even landlords support tenant fees ban, claims Welsh minister following consultation previous nextRegulation & LawEven landlords support tenant fees ban, claims Welsh minister following consultationRebecca Evans says “vast majority” of respondents to consultation supported fees ban as she sweeps aside agents’ view that it will raise rents in the long term.Nigel Lewis5th December 20170947 Viewslast_img read more

first_imghim! has just spoken to 1,400 custo-mers while they are buying food and drink items from outlets of Burger King, Pret A Manger, Greggs and Subway. Only 6% of customers are currently buying an item that they didn’t intend to buy on arrival.So what can actually you do to encourage customers to spend more in your outlets?They asked:What would appeal to customers if offered by the store?Information about calorie or fat content of food 32%Nutritional information about food 26%More seating 24%Wi-Fi/internet available 22%Television in-store 15%Meal deal 9%Which of the following would you consider buying if offered in this store?Smoothies 15%Newspapers 13%Chocolate bars 10%Cereal bars 6%Ready meal to heat up later 5%Kids sweets 3%Branded sandwiches (eg Ginsters) 2%Time to check out the competition?If you want to get more customers into your outlet, then you may want to check out the competition and understand why they have been so successful.When him! asked food-to-go customers where they received excellent customer service they said:Pret A Manger 21%Greggs 19%Subway 17%McDonald’s 9%My local independent sandwich shop/café/coffee shop 8%Would you and your staff benefit from a trip down to the local competition? Look at things through your customers’ eyes. Why are these retailers rated so highly by customers?Well a big factor is that these retailers are particularly good at being super-efficient and serving customers very quickly, while maintaining a friendly but professional manner towards them.For more information on him!’s Food-to-go tracking programme please contact [email protected] 07912 717 567 or visit www.him.uk.comlast_img read more