Programme

University of London Landlord Forum

Come along and meet exhibitors from businesses and organisations of interest to Landlords.

Free refreshments are provided.

Speaker: Robert Miller

Organisation: Head of Housing Services, University of London

Speaker: Tessa Shepperson

Organisation: Landlord Law

 

Landlord Law is an internet information service for landlords written and run by specialist landlord and tenant lawyer Tessa Shepperson. Landlord Law will help you understand your legal duties and provide online help and documents, so you can save money by doing things yourself without making expensive mistakes.

For example we have an extensive range of tenancy agreements for different circumstances and a detailed online guide to help you bring possession proceedings without solicitors.

Landlord Law has a well regarded annual conference which this year is in Norwich on 19 May. The conference features 10 1/2-hour talks from specialist solicitors, barristers and trainers and provides 5 hours CPD.

Further face to face workshops and online training is provided by our sister company Easy Law Training.

Find out more and read helpful articles on Tessa's blog the Landlord Law Blog.

Speaker: Richard Blanco

Organisation: National Landlords Association

 

Richard Blanco is the London Representative of the National Landlords Association and will be delivering a presentation on the Top Ten Challenges Facing London Landlords.

In a lively presentation, Richard will outline what he thinks are the top ten challenges facing London Landlords, from the latest regulation to the state of the market and landlord sentiment.

Speaker: Roland Shanks

Organisation: University of London

 

Roland is the Information and Projects Manager without the University of London Housing Services and will give us the latest news on student housing in London.

15 minute break.

Your chance to ask our speakers the questions that matter to you.

Finish your evening at the Landlord Forum with networking and a last chance to visit our exhibitor stalls.