Just to let you know that we have started taking bookings for our 2018 Landlord Law Conference.
We have a fantastic lineup of speakers and talk topics including David Smith on HMOs and on rent to rent, Robert Brown on section 21, Peter Marcus on tenancy agreements and Mike Morgan on tenancy deposit adjudications. Once against TDS are our lead sponsors.
Places are starting to go quite fast so although it is a long way off on 18 May next year, if you want to attend you may want to play safe and book now.
But what happened on the blog this week?
David Smith takes a look at the draft bill on banning letting agents fees
A question asked in my BLog Clinic this week from a landlord
This week in my Housing Crisis series I take a look at climate change and how sea level rise will affect the housing crisis. And consider an interesting legal issue.
Ben Reeve Lewis writes a compelling article and explains how Intentional Homelessness is not always what it seems
I take a look at whats been happening in the housing news this week
- 92% of Councils not meeting affordable housing needs
- Academics call for changes in Universal Credit
- I’m not racist, I just won’t let to them – Nearly Legal
- Agents warned that they need to get to grips with the new Data Protection rules now
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