Housing Law Update- Workshop for Agents

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Housing Law Update- Workshop for Agents Agents are placed with a great deal of responsibility from their landlords; to effectively manage their investment, protect their asset and build good working relationships. Many agents are aware of the basics of lettings, however it is crucial to keep up to date with changes in legislation to avoid potential financial penalties and loss of trust. The last 2 years have seen significant change in the private sector which looks set to continue throughout the next few years. This course is delivered by a successful landlord who for the last 5 years, has run her own letting agency. She was formally a tenant's rights adviser, so has first-hand experience of juggling the needs of tenants with those of landlord clients.


This 1 day workshop will bring you up to date on case law, legislative changes and ensure you're geared up for what's to come.


For letting agents and property managers only

Course content

The below is indicative of content but as a workshop style course content may be tailored to suit the audience:
  • Banning of agency fees, client money protection, redress schemes and good agency practice
  • Proposed changes to mandatory HMO, fit and proper person test and how this impacts on agents
  • Housing and Planning Act changes including banning order, rogue landlord database, abandonment procedure, changes to electrical safety
  • Overview of recent changes to S21 rules and retaliatory evictions
  • Overview of Immigration and Right to Rent checks


Start: 13-09-2018 @ 10:00 AM
End: 13-09-2018 @ 4:00 PM
Cost: £132 (RLA Members) £165 (Non Members)


Mercure Hotel London Bridge
71-79 Southwark Street, London, London, SE1 0JA
Phone: 020 7660 0683


Residential Landlords Association
Phone: 03330 142 998

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