Venue
Sixty One Whitehall
Sixty One Whitehall, 61 Whitehall, Westminster, London SW1A 2ET, UK

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Event Date Wed Oct 31 GMT (about 3 years ago)
In your timezone (EST): Wed Oct 31 12:00am - Wed Oct 31 12:00am
Location Sixty One Whitehall
61 Whitehall, Westminster, London SW1A 2ET, UK
Region EMEA
Details

This seminar will bring together policymakers and key stakeholders to discuss the future for regulation of the private rented sector - looking at key issues around standards and consumer redress. It will be an opportunity for delegates to consider the likely impact of the Tenant Fees Bill on the market, and the further action that might be taken to give more protection to both landlords and tenants.Those attending will also discuss what more might be done to provide greater consumer redress, in light of the Government’s consultation which considered plans for the creation of a single housing ombudsman and options for promoting the use of mediation and out-of-court resolutions.

Speakers

2018 Speakers:

Anne Frost
Deputy Director, Private Rented Sector Division, Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government

Katrine Sporle
The Property Ombudsman

Emma Foxall
Director of Dispute Resolution, Housing Ombudsman Service

David Smith
Policy Director, Residential Landlords Association

Rhea Newman
Policy Officer, Shelter

Theresa Wallace
Co-Founder and Chair, The Lettings Industry Council

Dr Julie Rugg
Senior Research Fellow, Centre for Housing Policy, University of York

Hannah Slater
Policy and Public Affairs Manager, Generation Rent

Richard Lambert
Chief Executive Officer, National Landlords Association

Fiona Bourke
Partner, Carter Jonas