The Humber Housing Partnership is inviting private landlords, who own properties in the area, to attend a conference on Wednesday, 29 June. The event has been organised as part of the Humber Housing Partnership’s commitment to working with private landlords and promoting responsible letting.
This free event will be held at the Ropewalk, Barton upon Humber, and places are available to all landlords in the Humber area. It is a unique opportunity for landlords to hear guest speakers from the Chartered Institute of Environmental Health and the Department of Work and Pensions on issues such as, the Local Housing allowance, housing benefit changes and how national policy impacts on the private rented sector across the Humber area. There are also speakers from local and national landlord related organisations
The conference will include a number of informative workshops covering important areas such as Inventories, Debt Enforcement, Fire Safety Risk Assessments and other subjects that all landlords need to know about, no matter how many properties they rent out. The conference is supported by an exhibition of organisations and businesses involved in the private rented sector.
A spokesperson for the Humber Housing Partnership, said: “We recognise that private rented housing is playing an increased role in meeting housing needs across the Humber area and we are keen to provide opportunities to help landlords build on their knowledge and skills and improve the quality of private rented property in the area.
“This conference and exhibition is aimed at anyone who rents out a property and will provide them with the opportunity to learn about the many regulations they have to comply with and how to deal with problematic tenancies.”
Booking early is advised as places are limited. To register your place, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.nelincs.gov.uk/housing/ for a registration form.Hu17.net - It's all about Beverley