Social housing - Disrepair and Housing management sessions
This year's social housing webinars are fast approaching.
This November and December we will be hosting two webinars on the topics most important to you. No need to travel – you will be able to access these remotely, whether you’re in the office or working from home.
The Coronavirus pandemic and resulting lockdowns may now be a fading memory but their effects are still with us, not least in the case of property maintenance and housing conditions claims. A backlog of works, coupled with a shortage of contractors and building supplies, means that repairs are now taking longer to complete. As a result, housing providers now find themselves facing an increasing number of breach of settlement claims, due to matters beyond their control. This session will explore the law in this area and the remedies available to landlords seeking to defeat or mitigate such claims.
This session has now ended.
This session will provide an update relating to anti-social behaviour, possession and housing management issues, including the Renters Reform proposals to abolish Section 21 notices and the use of any fixed-term assured tenancies.
Date: 5 December 2022
Time: 12pm - 1pm
This session will be delivered by Partner, Sian Evans and Principal Associate, Joshua Stolberg.
If you would like to attend one or both sessions, please register below. You will receive joining details shortly after registering.
Matthew has over 10 years' experience specialising in property litigation dealing with all aspects of contentious commercial property and residential property issues.
Sian is sector lead for housing. She has a wealth of experience in all aspects of property litigation, and has specialist knowledge of a wide range of housing management issues. read more
Joshua primarily deals with housing management issues for social landlords including claims for possession, applications for anti-social behaviour injunctions and committals, and succession disputes. read more