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NRLA Sells Out! Gove addresses annual conference

The National Residential Landlords’ Association’s annual conference next week is a sell out with all 800 or so tickets sold to an event at which Housing Secretary Michael Gove will be the keynote speaker.

Clive Myrie - currently seconded by the BBC to Israel - is scheduled to be the host at the event which will also be addressed by Labour MP Clive Betts who chairs the Levelling Up, Housing and Communities Select Committee.

Delegates will also be treated to a presentation from property investor Martin Roberts - star of TV’s Home Under the Hammer - who will share his advice and insider tips on how to grab a property bargain.


Panel debates will include one taking the form of a fireside chat style Q&A, with experts sharing their views on property finance. Industry professionals also set to speak on the day include Kate Faulkner from Designs on Property, Doug Hall of NRLA Mortgages, Richard Donnell of Zoopla, Lucian Cook of Savills, and many more.

The NRLA will also update the conference about housing law reform, NRLA campaigning, and how to get involved. And there will be a 'legal question time' where legal experts will answer questions on how the forthcoming Renters Reform Bill will affect landlords and their businesses.

Those attending this year’s conference at the National Conference Centre, Birmingham, can view the full conference schedule and the agenda on the NRLA website

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    I read “sells out” and “Gove” appearing at the conference as the NRLA giving in as opposed to selling all tickets. A sad state of affairs…

    I wouldn’t bother attending and put the money towards all of the upcoming costs set to hit landlords unnecessarily. Especially legal.

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    I certainly won’t be attending but would be happy to pay to keep seats empty to stop them spreading their propaganda.
    Martin warm your hands before meeting it might stop you cuddling them.

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    I will put the ticket costs in my “s21” fighting fund 💰💰

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    • A JR
    • 16 October 2023 19:43 PM

    I just hope BB and MG both get a very rough ride. What a catastrophic pair ‘working together’ to utterly maul, mess and flush down the tubes the BTL miracle currently housing a mere 9-11 million people!


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