Landlords’ Forum – Thursday 25th October at Yeovil Rugby Club, Dorchester Road, Yeovil
South Somerset District Council is hosting its sixth in a series of Landlords’ Forums run in partnership with the National Landlords Association. The first five forums have been very well attended.
It is anticipated that this will be a very popular event because the coalition government is introducing Universal Credit, which could bring changes for landlords and tenants. Ian Potter – Head of Benefits and Revenues will be talking through the changes.
To book in advance and reserve your place, go online to http://www.landlords.org.uk/events/nla-south-somerset-landlords-meeting-partnership-south-somerset-district-council-1 and click on the blue ‘book now’ icon. Alternatively email your acceptance to: [email protected].
The agenda provides details of the programme which can be found on the website and there will be a number of speakers presenting a range of topics and an opportunity to network with other landlords. Representatives from the National Landlords Association, The Valuation Office, SSDC Environmental Health and the SSDC Homeless Team will be on hand to assist with any enquiries.
The meeting will be at 6pm on Thursday 25th October at Yeovil Rugby Club.
6.00pm Networking – tea & coffee on arrival
6.30pm Jacqui Darbyshire – National Landlords Association local representative
6.40pm Sarah Doble – Pardoes Solicitors
“Repossession – How to gain your property back quickly and effectively”
7.10pm Stephen Collins – Bank of England regional agent
An ‘off the record’ update from the Bank of England. Where are we heading economically
7.40pm Ian Potter – Head of Revenues & Benefits SSDC
“Universal Credit – Soon to be with us!” An overview of what universal credit is, how it is likely to work, when it will start and how it may be phased in.
For more information contact:
Ian Rigby, Private Sector Tenancy Sustainment Officer