Our Conference on Thursday went really well, although Graeme and I are still feeling rather shattered. The seven hour drive back to Norwich did not help!
Thank you to everyone who came along and help make it such a success. It is so lovely to meet and talk to Landlord Law Blog readers – and know that people do actually read it!
My next project is the webinar on Thursday which is the first of my free ‘Learn at Lunchtime’ webinars.
This one is going to be on ‘Tenancy agreements, myths and misconceptions’. I will also be happy to answer as many questions as I can (about tenancy agreements) during the half hour. So please do come along
You can register and reserve your place here.
But what happened on the blog last week?
I always enjoy talking with David and this webinar was no exception. Particularly of interest to letting agents but useful for everyone involved in renting property, we talked about all sorts of problems facing the private renting sector. Watch or listen to it here …
A big part of the housing crisis is the number of properties left empty. I give some suggestions for dealing with them. See them here …
A blog clinic question from a tenant who looks to be about to lose much of her garden. See what I had to say about it here …
Probably not a lot we can do about it for a while now as the Housing and Planning Bill has now received the royal assent. However here are some facts which when placed together tell a story. Read them here …
What with work and the Landlord Law Conference, Ben did not have time to do his usual Newsround this week, but produced this further essay on house hunting instead. Read it here …
- The RLA consider what the new London Mayor will mean for London landlords while
- The Telegraph are sceptical about what he will actually be doing
- The Housing and Planning Bill receives the Royal Assent
- Danny Dorling writing in the Guardian gives some advice to Sadiq Kahn on how to deal with the housing crisis
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