Leeds Property Association runs a series of member meetings throughout the year. The LPA invites guest speakers to give talks and presentations on all landlord subjects. The meetings are an excellent opportunity for networking, discussing local issues and finding out how to be a better landlord.
Until further notice all member meetings will take place via online webinar meetings.
LPA cannot offer technical support for webinar meetings and we ask you to check how to register and attend the webinar meetings in advance.
NRLA CEO Ben Beadle and Property Tribes founder Vanessa Warwick will present the 'Landlord Lens' news discussion. They will cover current lettings and property related topics that impact private landlords.
The NRLA Policy Team will present their proposals for the the Renters' Reform Bill. This legislation will remove section 21 and introduce many revisions to housing legislation. The team will discuss grounds for possession, reform of the courts, a new conciliation process and lifetime deposits. The webinar will include a Q&A session.
A detailed look into the creation of limited company structures. Including some of the mechanisms that are most desired when creating limited companies. Some of the topics covered will be tax efficiency, limiting liabilities, benefits of the legal structure and retaining flexibility for decision making.
The insurance market for landlords is hardening and this presentation aims to help you keep 2021 a risk free year. Insurance provider Hamilton Fraser will give advice on the most important protections to have in your policies.
David Smith is a leading solicitor in the private rented sector. The Q&A will provide high level advice for landlords who are experiencing difficulties in any aspect of letting.
Zoe Taylor Dips is a wealth manager at Lawrence Neil Wealth Management Ltd. Zoe's specialism is financial planning for property investors. She will deliver a presentation on ‘Being a Hybrid Investor', explaining how financial planning can work to your advantage.
As the deadline of 1st April 2020 for compliance with Electrical Safety Standards approaches, the speaker who is Chief Technical Officer at NAPIT, will give guidance for landlords. Toics covered will include problems with access, frequency of inspections and correct coding.
The coronavirus epidemic has severely disrupted possessions for landlords. Andrew Wilson, chairman of the High Court Enforcement Officers Association Ltd, will give an overview of restrictions and waiting times.