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Supported by LandlordZONE, the Landlord & Letting Show has been held in London ever since its inception in 2006. Owing to its central location and excellent transport links, the show’s bi-annual visit to the Capital attracts thousands of visitors, and you should be one of them!

The Autumn event in the City comes to Exhibition Hall 2 of The Barbican, Golden Lane EC2Y 8DL on Wednesday 10th and Thursday 11th September.
Open from 10am to 5pm each day, the show is a must attend, no matter what your involvement in property: there is certainly something for everyone, from novice landlords to seasoned investors.

There are over 75 companies and organizations taking part in the exhibition, offering a diverse range of products and services, not to mention some great deals for show visitors!

In addition to the exhibition, throughout the show there will be 40 free seminars delivered by leading industry professionals, covering a wide range of topics, from new private rented sector initiatives and legislative issues, to more general knowledge-based sessions to help you stay one step ahead.

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One element unique to the London show is free, accreditation training for landlords considering becoming accredited. Delivered by Peter Littlewood of the Southern Landlords Association in partnership with the London Landlord Accreditation Scheme, the training offers an outline as to what landlord accreditation entails.

In addition, it qualifies for CPD (Continuing Professional Development) points and a reduction in fees for those choosing to pursue a full landlord accreditation course.

For landlords that are already accredited, you can receive CPD points for attending the show: simply request your attendance certificate from the registration team.

In addition to all this, the show also offers great networking opportunities!

To find out more and pre book your free tickets, visit the website at www.landlordshow.info

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