The Residential Landlords Association (RLA)’s next Future Renting conference will be taking place in London this September.
This will provide a great opportunity to meet with other landlords and agents, as well as sharing experiences. It will also be a great chance to pick up advice, support and offers from a range of exhibitors.
The programme shows a range of expert speakers to be attending the conference, who plan to address delegates on issues such as recent legislation changes, tax, welfare reform, licensing and fire safety.
So far, the list of confirmed speakers include property expert Kate Faulkner, Dr David Smith, partner at Anthony Gold Solicitors and RLA Policy Director, and senior researcher Dr Tom Simcock of RLA research lab PEARL.
The RLA has reported that its past conferences have had positive feedback from hundreds of landlords and property professionals. Both the content and the quality of those presenting have been previously well received, so we expect this time round to be no exception.
The RLA has stated that anyone with an interest in private rented housing is welcome to attend, from landlords with just one property, to those with larger portfolios, letting agency owners, local authority councillors and officers, journalists and housing charities.
Attending such events can be a useful way of keeping updated with the recent changes within the private rented sector. Whether it is for clarification about upcoming changes, or to gain tips about improving ideas for your own investments, it can be productive to spend time around like-minded professionals.
This one-day conference will be held at Imperial College London on 13th September, at the college’s Kensington campus.
Tickets are currently available to buy, priced at £50 for members and £65 for non-members, which will also include lunch and refreshments.
Up-to-date information about the RLA’s conference can be found on the association’s website.