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Free event for housing landlords

Discussion in 'Business News / Discussion' started by Sevenoaks District Council, Oct 14, 2014. Replies: 0 | Views: 1154

  1. Landlords in West Kent are invited to a free event being organised by their local councils and the National Landlords Association on Tuesday 21 October, 4pm to 8.30pm, in Royal Tunbridge Wells.

    The Landlords Fair aims to help landlords keep up to date with what’s happening in the world of rented housing, meet up with other landlords and discover new ways to develop their businesses.

    The event includes presentations by:
    • Tim Crook, Housing Law Services
      How to obtain possession of your property legally, is it your only option
    • Janice Greenwood, Martin Payne, Tunbridge Wells Borough Council Landlord accreditation Ian Langley
      My Deposits Procedure for protecting deposits
    • Marion Money, National Landlords Association
      Guidance and legislation for landlords Workshop sessions will cover topics including fire safety, tenancy sustainment and Local Housing Allowance rates.
    There will also be an exhibition area where landlords will be able to find information from relevant organisations.

    Light refreshments will be available.

    Places can be reserved by contacting either Clair Easterbrook or Ruth Ashby at Tunbridge Wells Borough Council on 01892 554207/554139 or by e-mail toclair.easterbrook@tunbridgewells.gov.uk ruth.ashby@tunbridgewells.gov.uk

    The West Kent Landlord Forum is organised by Tunbridge Wells Borough Council in partnership with Tonbridge & Malling Borough Council, Sevenoaks District Council and the National Landlords Association. The partnership organises information events for landlords twice a year.

    Sevenoaks DC News

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