Welcome to the information page of your workshop course. Here you will find information about your course and the venue.
The workshop will be held on Wednesday 11 March 2019 at Anthony Gold’s premises at the Counting House, 53 Tooley Street London SE1 2QN (second floor). You will find a short video and a map on your right (or below if you are viewing this on mobile).
Note that although the venue is on the 2nd floor, access is by lift and so easily accessible for wheelchair users and people with other mobility problems.
You will need to sign in at the desk on the ground floor reception first and collect your ID badge – they have been given a list of all the delegates.
The venue is very close to London Bridge Railway station – with excellent rail connections to South London, and the southern counties. London Bridge is also on the Jubilee and Northern Line.
The workshop will start at 10.30 am with registration from 10.00 am. Graeme Gee of Landlord Law Services will be there to greet you and will deal with any admin issues or queries you may have.
There will be two comfort breaks of 1/2 hour and one hour is allowed for lunch. All refreshments are included, which will include tea and coffee and a sandwich lunch.
If you want to bring your laptop or ipad, there is free wi fi provided.
We will provide course notes on the day.
Note that we will be filming this workshop but the camera will be focused on the speaker and not the delegates! However if you are anxious to stay out of camera shot please let Graeme or Patrick Gee (the camera man) know on the day.
The workshop will end at 4.30 pm.
You will be sent your CPD Certificate by email and Landlord Law members will receive 100 Landlord Law points.
David is a solicitor and partner with the well-known housing law firm Anthony Gold and also the Director of Policy for the Residential Landlords Association.
He is an acknowledged expert on HMOs and tenancy deposit issues in particular (having published books on both topics), and an experienced trainer and speaker.
Generally, we prefer you to contact us by email either by using our contact form or by email at email@example.com. However, in an emergency, you can also telephone us on 01603 763096.
Note that if we are not available on the phone please can you send an email as well as leaving a message. We are usually more likely to receive an email than a telephone message.
If you have any topics, in particular, you would like David to cover please use the form below. NB Please do not use this to post details of specific situations – just general areas of law or practice. Note that if we are unable to get this over to David in time, you can always ask your question on the day.