SANDWELL LANDLORD FORUM 28 May 2015

LandlordsForum300SANDWELL LANDLORD FORUM – THURSDAY 28 MAY 2015

The next Sandwell Landlord Forum  is on Thursday 28 May 2015, 1.45pm for a 2pm start at Sandwell Council House, Freeth Street, Oldbury.

Speakers include Mary Latham from the National Landlords Association covering a range of issues currently faced by landlords including:

  • Deposit protection
  • Charging gas and electricity to tenants
  • Letting Agents redress schemes
  • Section 21 notices
  • Immigration rules
  • Helping tenants in difficulties pay their bills through charitable trusts

To book your place email Tina Dolan at: tina_dolan@sandwell.gov.uk

For more information visit the Sandwell Landlords Blog

Coventry Landlord Forum newsletter

Coventry_CCCOVENTRY LANDLORD FORUM NEWSLETTER

Coventry CC have just release the first edition of their Coventry Landlord Forum Newsletter.

The newsletter will be published regularly to keep landlords with issues affecting them across Coventry. It will enable the Council to reduce the number of Forum meetings while still ensuring landlords get the information they need.

Like the Forum meetings the newsletter will deal with new legislation, energy efficiency and other items of interest. This first  edition, for example, has articles on the Immigration Act 2014, the Redress scheme, Legionella and other matters too.

You can download the newsletter HERE or visit their WEBSITE and sign up for the Newsletter via their Email Alerts service for future editions.

Educational Resources from the Gas Safe Charity

EDUCATIONAL RESOURCES FROM THE GAS SAFE CHARITY

Gas Safe Charity

Children are learning about gas safety in the classroom, thanks to a new programme from the Gas Safe Charity. A brand new website:  GetGasSafe.org.uk has been launched, providing free educational resources around gas safety.

The website is aimed at primary school teachers who can access various teaching resources in order to deliver vital safety messages to their pupils.

Every year carbon monoxide poisoning, gas leaks, fires and explosions cause deaths and injuries which could be prevented if everybody followed a few simple safety precautions.

Created by Gas Safe Charity, Get Gas Safe makes it easy for teachers to equip their pupils aged 9 to 11 with the information that they need to stay safe.

The programme is supported by Electrical Safety First and RoSPA.

For more information and free educational resources visit: GetGasSafe.org.uk

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