The architect of one of the largest rental reform initiatives in the UK is set to address landlords at a webinar next month.
The National Residential Landlords Association , in partnership with Flintshire county council, is holding a special landlord forum on Thursday June 16 from 6pm to 7.30 pm.
It will focus on changes that become law from July 15 this year as a result of the introduction of the Renting Homes (Wales) Act 2016. These changes affect all landlords in Wales and organisers say it is crucial that all landlords are aware of the actions they need to take.
Main speaker will be Simon White - head of housing strategy for the Welsh Government, and the main who drafted the legislation. He will be presenting an overview of the Act and the significant changes that the Act will bring.
This is a free event for all – both NRLA members and non-members - and to enrol please follow the instructions to either sign into your NRLA membership account or create a free guest account in order to enrol and attend the meeting via this link.
Anyone wishing to attend needs to register by 5.30pm on June 16.
This is to ensure that the NRLA can email attendees with the link to the forum.
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