The Minister for Family Support, Housing and Child Maintenance, Justin Tomlinson, will address the Residential Landlords Association’s (RLA) Future Renting Wales conference in Cardiff next week.
The Future Renting Wales conference, which will aim to provide landlords with everything they need to know about the future of the sector, is being organised by the RLA and hosted for the second consecutive year by BBC Wales Today presenter Lucy Owen.
The conference, which will be held at Jury’s Inn, Cardiff next Thursday, November 29th, will help landlords understand swathes of new legislation coming in to help ensure that they are ahead of the game and fully equipped for the challenges up ahead.
Tomlinson, whose portfolio includes financial support for housing and Universal Credit, heads a stellar line-up of respected industry experts who will address the conference in Cardiff on everything from Rent Smart Wales and the tenant fee ban to Brexit.
The Minister for Family Support, Housing and Child Maintenance, will be sharing his insights into the future of the private rented sector in a keynote speech at the event, which will also feature a major announcement for landlords by Welsh housing minister Rebecca Evans in a video address to delegates.
Other speakers include television personality and founder of Landlord Action Paul Shamplina and expert lawyer Dr David Smith.
Douglas Haig, RLA vice-chair and director for Wales who will be speaking at the event, said: “We are delighted to announce Justin Tomlinson as our keynote speaker for this year’s Future Renting Wales conference.
“More than 200 landlords attended last year’s event, with feedback overwhelmingly positive.
“The legislative landscape is ever-changing, and it is vital that all residential landlords keep themselves up-to-date, armed with the knowledge they need to continue to run successful businesses in the PRS of the future.”
Tickets for the event cost £40 for RLA members and £45 for non-members and are available to buy by clicking here.
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