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£5,987raised of £10,000 target by 98 supporters

    Weʼve raised £5,987 to pay for more billboard advertising like this

    Funded on Thursday, 30th August 2018

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    What makes someone pay for a billboard advert to get their message across?

    Frustration! That’s what.

    After having exhausted all other avenues to get his MP to listen and do something about the Government’s outrageous attack on the private rented sector (PRS), David Heard decided to pay for a billboard.

    David also has several contacts who are happy for their billboards to be used for the same purpose at an incredibly low price. Accordingly, we have started this fundraising campaign to make this happen.

    To help us get the Section 24 tax reforms repealed, please make a donation and share this campaign.

    The Billboards themselves are mearly the tip of the iceberg in regards to this campaign. For more details on how you could become more involved and to read examples of what others are doing please see the campaign website at https://section24.info/

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    • Neil PATTERSON7 months ago
      Neil PATTERSON

      Neil PATTERSON

      7 months ago

      £500 kindly donated by the Portsmouth & District Private Landlords Association 'PDPLA'. David Heard has informed us he is in discussions with several other regional Landlord Associations and is hopeful of receiving further support.

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    • Neil PATTERSON7 months ago
      Neil PATTERSON

      Neil PATTERSON

      7 months ago

      Martin Silman, Chairman of Portsmouth & District Private Landlords Association “PDPLA” said: “PDPLA represents 500 landlords in Hampshire and exists to educate, inform and represent its members. We support the Section 24 billboard campaign as apart from the impact on our members, we know the current tax regime increases homelessness and evictions, and increasing the tax burden on landlords, many of whom are small businesses will obviously force them to increase rents in order to survive – something the wider public need to understand.”

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    • Neil PATTERSON7 months ago
      Neil PATTERSON

      Neil PATTERSON

      7 months ago

      New Section 24 Billboard in Taunton

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    8 months ago

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    Page last updated on: 8/14/2018 11:24 AM

    Supporters

    98

    • Stephen Newell

      Stephen Newell

      Aug 14, 2018

      £20.00

    • Adrian Matthews

      Adrian Matthews

      Aug 7, 2018

      £100.00

    • Anonymous

      Anonymous

      Aug 7, 2018

      whenever taxes are raised for no apparent reason actualtax revenues go down. When is the government ever going to appreciate this and let people get on with their business. It ishard enough as it is

      £50.00

    • S Wilson

      S Wilson

      Jul 13, 2018

      Keep up the good work

      £20.00

    • Alan Griffiths

      Alan Griffiths

      Jul 13, 2018

      Hope this helps reach your goal for more billboards and thank you for your campaign

      £30.00

    • Anonymous

      Anonymous

      Jul 2, 2018

      Good work!

      £30.00

    • Neil  Patterson

      Neil Patterson

      Jun 6, 2018

      Very generously donated by the Portsmouth & District Private Landlords AssociationThank you so much for your support

      £500.00

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