We are running quite a few daily workshops over the autumn / winter period and practically all of them are now in London.
We have two venues – and one of them is new.
Drayton Gardens in the West End
I have been a member of the Society of Authors for years – but only recently did I realise that one of the benefits of membership is the right to hire out their board room.
Graeme and I went down to take a look at it recently – its charming! A beautiful little room with everything we need – a projector and screen, an adjacent kitchen for doing the refreshments, and a wonderful ambience.
Its quite small though, so delegate numbers for workshops here will be strictly limited.
We will there in a few weeks time for my Essential Legal Points for Landlords (and agents) workshop on 25 September and then again for Ben’s workshop on dealing with Criminals and your Local Authority on 9 October.
The Society of Authors is in Drayton Road which is about 15-20 minutes walk away from South Kensington and Gloucester Road underground stations. Drayton Road runs between Old Brompton Road and the Fulham Road.
Incidentally, if you are an author, particularly if you have just got a contract through from your publishers and don’t understand it – membership of the Society of Authors is highly recommended. (You also get discounts at Specsavers and Waterstones).
Tooley Street, near London Bridge
Our other London venue is at the offices of Anthony Gold. This is a really convenient venue for people coming from South London and the southern counties as it is bang next to London Bridge railway station – the gateway to the South.
The final workshop in 2014, on Landlords Repairing Obligations, will be held in Norwich on 23 October.
Find out more about our workshops here.