The Landlord law Virtual Conference 2021

The Landlord law Virtual Conference 2021

9:26 AM, 30th April 2021, About 5 months ago

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It has been one hell of a year for Landlords!  A year full of change – which landlords have had to keep up with or face penalties.

Not only have there been the changes which we expected – such the new electricity regulations, but an avalanche of other new rules to deal with the pandemic.

If you want to get up to date with everything in one go, you can’t do better than attend the Landlord law Virtual Conference.

The Landlord Law Virtual Conference takes place 11th & 12th May

The Conference is an annual event which last year became virtual.  It is now a two-day event and the talks cover most of the rules and regulations which landlords need to comply with.

Both days start with a headline talk –

  • on Day 1 with Ben Beadle of the NRLA and
  • on Day 2 with David Cox, now with Rightmove and formerly CEO of Arla Propertymark.

Both speakers will be peering into their crystal balls and taking a guess at what the future holds for landlords and letting agents respectively.

The other talks will look at the various regulations’ landlords need to comply with and other issues of concern.

As always with the Landlord Law Conference, our speakers are top-notch, mostly specialist housing barristers and solicitors.  Here are some of the talks you can expect:

  • Solicitor David Smith on the Electricity Regulations, plus he will be doing another talk on scams and frauds
  • Barrister Sam Madge-Wyld will be talking about pets and pests in rented properties
  • Barrister Brooke Lyne will be looking at the gas regulations (and the Trecarrel case where she was part of the landlord’s legal team, and which is now being appealed to the Supreme Court)
  • Solicitor Robin Stewart on the Minimum Energy Efficiency Standards in the PRS, and
  • Housing Trainer Dave Princep will be looking at the various regulations relating to radon, gas and asbestos and also the Construction (Design and Management) Regulations which landlords need to comply with.

There will also be a general overview and review talk from housing barrister and Deputy District Judge Robert Brown who will pick up on any issues not covered by the other speakers.

Answering YOUR questions

One of the things people liked about the old Conferences was being able to talk to our speakers and ask them questions.

We have tried to replicate this in our Virtual Conference by allowing time for questions in all the talks and by having two one-hour sessions, one at the end of each day, attended by all the days speakers where you can ask them questions.

This worked really well last year and both sessions were very lively with some great questions for our speakers.

Not sure if you can attend all the Conference?

Not everyone can take two days out to watch an online event. However, with the Landlord Law Conference, this is not a problem.  All the talks will be recorded and will be available for all delegates to watch for the next three months.

So, although watching the live event is always best, if you are called out on an emergency at one of your properties – you will not miss out.

What else you get

We always have a Conference Handbook which includes details of all the speakers and sponsors and has speakers notes with more information about the topic of their talks.  This year you will be able to download the Handbook in pdf format on the first day of the Conference.

You will be able to download all the speakers’ presentations, again in pdf format.

We will also be giving away some bonus videos, some of which will be available for delegates to watch before the event, along with videos from our sponsors and various other goodies for you.

Price and how to book your place

The cost of the conference is £250 including VAT.  Which is pretty good bearing in mind what you get and the quality of our speakers.

However, YOU need not pay that!  We are giving a 10% discount to Property118 readers which you can claim by using the coupon code BUJZZM35.

All bookings need to be made and paid for online at www.landlordlaw.co.uk/conference which also has full details about the conference, the speakers and the program.

Click here to find out more



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