The Deputy Mayor of Housing, James Murray, will speak directly with landlords at next week’s seminar in London.
The event, hosted by the National Landlords Association (NLA) and estate agent Portico, will be held on Tuesday 22nd November 2016 at the Institute of Directors, Pall Mall.
Earlier this week, we announced our partnership with the event, which means we can offer you an exclusive discount code for the seminar in London! Use L4NDLOR3 when you buy tickets through Portico: https://www.portico.com/seminar/payment/
We look forward to hearing from the Deputy Mayor, who will be sharing his vision for how the Mayor of London’s programme will improve housing in the capital and affect private landlords. Proposals could include a London-wide coordination of licensing, a scheme for naming and shaming rogue landlords, promoting accreditation, and a new London-wide letting agency.
Murray will also be accepting questions directly from landlords, so the seminar will be a great opportunity to find out more about his plans.
Tickets are just £10, rather than £25, for our readers and customers, so remember to use the discount code above!
The full line-up of the seminar in London is as follows:
Welcome – Robert Nichols, Managing Director of Portico
Setting the Scene after Brexit – Richard Blanco, NLA London Representative
Richard will set the scene with a summary of some of the hot topics facing London landlords as we head for Brexit.
Keynote Speaker – James Murray, Deputy Mayor of London for Housing
Murray will share his vision for how the Mayor of London’s programme will improve housing in London and affect private landlords.
Housing Market Update – Mark Lawrinson, Regional Sales Director of Portico
Following the EU referendum, there has been some uncertainty about the direction of house prices. Mark will explain the latest figures, including a borough-by-borough analysis of rental yield.
Adapting Your Investment Strategy – Richard Bowser, Editor of Property Investor News, Rob Nichols, Managing Director of Portico, Nicole Bremner, a Commercial/Residential Developer, Simon Allen, of Searchlight Finance
Following the shift in Government policy towards landlords, and a series of income and Stamp Duty changes, the sector must adapt. The panel discussion will look at a range of strategies, from incorporation and serviced apartments, to buying to sell and mixing residential with commercial. The experts will answer questions around how regulation of buy-to-let mortgages will affect London landlords.
This seminar in London is a great opportunity for landlords to connect with other investors and hear from experts in the sector, including the Deputy Mayor for Housing.