We have a number of free guides which will be useful to all Local Authority officers who are dealing with private rented sector issues:
Work out the correct tenancy type with our Tenancy Trail
Check out tenancy agreement types with the Which Tenancy Agreement Guide
Learn about possession proceedings with the Which Possession Proceedings Guide
These have guidance on all sorts of issues so are well worth a look.
Although Landlord Law is aimed mainly at private residential landlords, it can also be extremely useful for Council Officers who work with the private rented sector.
Not only can you look up points of law – you can also ask questions in the members’ forum.
Landlord Law members can join either as an individual member or as a team. You can read about our Team membership service here.
As a special discount to Local Authorities, you can sign up for our Large Team service for the same price as the Small Team membership (ie £625 + VAT).
The signup page for this is not publically available but if you wish to take advantage of the Local Authority discount, contact us via the green button messenger service (see here for guidance).
If you require in house training for your staff, we have a number of trainers – mostly barristers and solicitors that we work with, who would be able to provide training on almost any landlord and tenant topic you may require.
The training can be delivered at your premises or more likely in these coronavirus days, online.
You can get an idea of the type of training we have provided in the past from this website.
However, generally, we find that clients prefer to have a course designed for their specific needs. So if you have any training requirements, please get in touch.
The best way to contact us is via the green button messenger service – see bottom right of the screen.
Periodically we run live training events, which since COVID have been run as online events.
The next event is on Rent to Rent and can be found here.
We also sell training courses from time to time which may be useful for your staff training.
The events and training courses change over time (a complete list is here) – but the best way to keep up with what is on offer is to sign up to the Landlord Law Weekly Bulletin