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Conference at The Birmingham Repertory Theatre, 27 September 2017
“One of the stated aims of the Housing Act 2004 has always been to squeeze the bad landlords out of the sector, not only to protect the most vulnerable tenants but as a matter of fairness for the better landlords.”
Dr Stephen Battersby MBE
Amendments to the legislation give additional powers to local authorities to help make that aim a reality, but success is founded on the effective use of the powers in Part 1. Delegates at this conference will get a legal update, advice, and share in an abundance of first-hand experiences brought to you by our panel of esteemed speakers. For details and a booking form click here.