Landlord Event:

Landlords and exhibitors, visit the annual University of London Landlords’ Forum Monday 18th March 2019, 5-8pm which takes place at Senate House, University of London, WC1E 7HU.

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There a prominent industry speakers and an opportunity to network, with refreshments provided.

Book your free ticket today!

The event is free to attend and a necessity for anyone who lets property in London, or is thinking about letting, particularly to students in London. Expert speakers will be delivering presentations, as will as exhibitors from businesses and organisations of interest to landlords and property professionals.

We are pleased to announce Richard Blanco (NLA) and Richard Tacagni (London Property Licensing) as our confirmed speakers. 

Refreshments will be available. There will be filming and photography at this event.

The agenda:

5.00pm – Refreshments and Exhibitor Stalls

5.45pm – Introduction

5.50pm  Talk by Nova Financial

6.10pm – Richard Tacagni – London Property Licensing

6.30pm – Roland Shanks – University of London

6.50pm – Richard Blanco – National Landlords Association

7.10pm – Comfort Break

7.20pm – Q&A

7.45pm – Networking and Exhibitor Stalls

8.00pm – End

For exhibitors

The event is promoted to over 1000 University of London Landlords as well as to landlords registered with our partners, including the LLAS and London Local Authorities.

Stalls are priced at just £265 + VAT

This includes a stand at the event, with the opportunity to network with landlords and other industry professionals and free Wi-Fi and refreshments on the day.

Bookings will be taken on a first-come first-served basis. For any enquiries or to request a booking form please contact Ruth Nsenga – ruth.nsenga@london.ac.uk

Nicholas Coomber Housing Advisor
University of London Housing Services

Student Central | 4th Floor 2 Malet Street | London WC1E 7HY | United Kingdom
Tel: +44 (0)20 7862 8719    Web: www.housing.london.ac.uk
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