Seminar: Social Landlord Housing Management: The Latest Developments in Anti-Social Behaviour and the ‘Bedroom Tax’
Date: Wednesday 2nd October
Time: 3.30pm registration for a 4.00pm start
Venue: British Library, St Pancras, London
Social Landlord Housing Management: The Latest Developments in Anti-Social Behaviour and the ‘Bedroom Tax’
If you are a Social Landlord, keeping on top of the latest developments is essential. There will be a lot of changes especially with the Anti-Social Behaviour, Crime and Policing Bill and the ripple effect of the ‘Bedroom Tax’.
Join us for a lively session during which we’ll be inviting you to share your views, opinions and experiences for the benefit of all. On the agenda and up for debate are:
Topic: The effect of the ‘Bedroom Tax’ on tenants and how it’s playing out in the Courts Discussion Point : Is downsizing a reasonable request or an impossible demand?
Topic: The provisions and impact of the new Anti-social Behaviour Bill Discussion Point: Do we really need yet more Anti-social behaviour laws?
Topic: ASB, sub-letting and possession defences relying on the Equality Act 2010 Discussion Point: Are Human Rights and Equality Act Defences fair and effective or just delaying tactics?
Partners Anthony Best and Jeremy Teall, along with Associate Sharon Porter-Gayle and Solicitor Aisha Akhtar, of leading Social Housing Law Firm, Prince Evans Solicitors LLP, will be joined by guest speaker James Browne, leading Social Housing Barrister of Lamb Chambers. All five look forward to welcoming you to this free evening seminar and to opening the floor to your observations and opinions.
To book a place, you must register with Louise Heasman on 07950 248038 or email her at email@example.com