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Landlord Conference:

THE Government’s lead civil servant for private rented housing will address the Residential Landlords Association’s (RLA) Future Renting conference to be held in the Sherfield Building, Imperial College London, Exhibition Road, London SW7 2AZ in London next month – Thursday, 13th September.

As Deputy Director the Private Rented Sector in the Ministry of Housing, Anne Frost has overall responsibility for forming and implementing government policy and feeding opinion from stakeholders, including landlords, back to Government ministers.

The event, on 13th September, will be hosted by LBC Radio’s Clive Bull, award-winning presenter of the Property Hour.

Anne will be joined at the conference by Karen Buck MP, whose Homes (Fitness) For Human Habitation Bill is currently passing through Parliament and the Property Ombudsman, Katrine Sporle.

Other speakers include the property expert, Kate Faulkner, who will be delivering a session on market prospects and Richard Tacagni of London Property Licensing who will give delegates the lowdown on local licensing schemes.

The conference is open to all landlords from those with just one property to those with larger portfolios, letting agency owners, local authority councillors and officers, journalists, and housing charities.

John Stewart, RLA policy manager said:

“The wide range of speakers at the conference, particularly the Government’s lead official on private rented housing, will offer insight into what MHCLG is thinking and possible legislative changes. It will be an important opportunity for landlords and agents to ask questions and share their views on the considerable changes being faced by the sector.”

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