Landlord Law Conference 2017

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  • 19 May 2017

  • Norwich,

    Sprowston Manor Hotel

  • 10 talks

    with 5 hours CPD

About the Conference

This is a period of unprecedented change for landlords - ignorance of the new rules can result in prosecutions and the inability to evict non paying tenants.

Our event is here to help - we have 10 legal talks, all from specialist lawyers and trainers to make sure you and your staff are all bang up to date with the law.

As well as the talks, our conferences have interesting exhibitors - such as our main sponsors TDS, ARLA, Anthony Gold solicitors and Envirovent.  The day is also a good opportunity to network with like minded people and share problems and solutions. 

The conference will be held at the delightful Sprowston Manor hotel - just outside Norwich - with masses of free  parking.  Why not stay on for the weekend and enjoy the wonderul facilities such as the on site golf course, swimming pool and spa?  You can also take the opportunity to explore the medieval town of Norwich and the surrounding countryside (including the National Trust's Blicking Hall and the world famous Norfolk Broads) - see our info vidoes below.

We look forward to welcoming you to Conference 2017!  


What our delegates say:

"'Fantastic to get speakers who deal with lettings on a daily basis and are specialists, not just anonymous legislative updates'. Ellie Bell, Butters John Bee

"Friendly atmosphere, professionals with similar goals, information, well framed, good location - will definitely come again." Carly Saunt - Derby City Council

"The Landlord Law Conference is the best Conference for Landlords and Agents.  It offers up to date, relevant information in short succinct sessions by industry legals."  Jill FitzPatrick, Chestertons

"Excellent range of speakers with fantastic balance of knowledge and wit" Caroline Flynn

"I thoroughly enjoyed the event as a whole.  The majority of the speakers were informative and very interesting.  Unlike other Conference days - it did not drag and all aspects of the day were relevant and up to date."


Here is the schedule for the day: 

  • Part 1
  • 8:030am - 9:45am


    Tea and coffee will be available.  Notices will be given at 9.40 

  • 9:45am - 10.15 am

    1. Sam Madge Wyld

    The Year in Review - Sam will be discussing all the new developments that have happened of the past year   

  • 10.15am - 10.45am

    2. Tessa Shepperson

    Tenancy Agreement Clauses - Tessa will be looking at and how they should be amended to reflect recent developments 

  • 10.45am - 11.15am

    3. David Smith

    Consumer law for landlords and agents - In his first talk David will be discussing this important but little known topic

  • Part 2
  • 11.15am - 12.00pm

    Morning break

    A chance for you to take a break, network with colleagues and visit the Exhibitors area

  • 12.00pm - 12.30pm

    4. David Cox 

    Letting Agent Regulation - David, the MD of ARLA, will be looking at recent developments in regulation for letting agents

  • 12.30 - 1.00pm

    5. Peter Marcus

    Defended Possession Proceedings - in his first talk Peter will be considering non standard possession claims

  • Part 3
  • 1.00pm - 2.00pm


    A delicious buffet lunch is included with the conference price - most special diets catered for 

  • 2.00pm - 2.30pm

    6. Mike Morgan

    Tenancy Deposit Adjudications - Mike is the TDS Director of Dispute Resolution and will be talking about best practice in adjudications

  • 2.30pm - 3.00pm

    7. Sue Lukes

    Right to Rent Update -  Sue will be bringing us up to date with new legal developmetns relating to right to rent checks

  • 3:00pm - 3.30pm

    8. Robert Brown

    Leaseholder Landlords - Robert will be talking about the laws that apply when a long leaseholder rents out a property to a tenant

  • Part 4
  • 3.30pm - 4.00pm

    Afternoon break

    Enjoy some tea and cake and have a last look at the Exhibitors room

  • 4.00pm - 4.30pm

    9. David Smith

    HMO Update - David in his second talk, will bring us up to date with recent developments in HMO law and practice

  • 4.30pm - 5.00pm

    10. Peter Marcus

    Court Proceedures - in our final talk of the day, Peter will be discussing court procedures and giving guidance on acting in person 

Make sure of your place!

You can change the delegate if the original person can't attend
>> Terms and conditions apply

The Speakers

Find out a bit more about our fabulous speakers:


Confirmed Exhibitors so far:

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Previous Conferences

Take a look at some of our previous events, and then see our venue and local area below:


    Manchester 2016

    For our most recent Conference we visited the North of England


    Cardiff 2015

    A special Conference looking at legal changes in Wales


    Cambridge 2015

    Our regular annual Conference, held this year at Homerton College Cambridge


    Bury St Edmunds 2014

    Our second annual Conference, at the same venue 


    Bury St Edmunds 2013

    Our very first Conference held at the Athenaeum in Bury St Edmunds

  • See our Norwich Venue

    The fabulous Sprowston Manor Hotel and Country Club (with golf course)



    A city of history, culture and shopping.  As you can see in our video

  • Norfolk

    Sprowston Manor is set in beautiful Norfolk - take a look ...


    David Smith's talks

    David discusses the two talks he will be doing on HMOs and Consumer law


Sprowston Manor Hotel

Wroxham Road, Norwich

Norfolk NR7 8RP


Register Now!

The cost is £204 per delegate (inclusive of VAT).  
Some discounts are available for bulk bookings, please enquire
>> terms & conditions apply



Got a burning question? It may be answered already below!

  • How much does it cost to stay at Sprowston Manor?
    There are special rates for Conference delegtes - for the Thursday 18th May for bed, breakfast and evening meal it is £140 single and £173 double, for the Friday and Saturday nights it is £142/£152 (booking details will be provided after you have booked your Conference place).
  • Can I cancel if I find I can't come?
    You can cancel and get a full refund if you notify us within 14 days of payment.  After that you can cancel and get a full refund up to 14 days before the conference subject to a £25 admin fee.  No refunds are paid during the last 14 days before the Conference.  For more information see our terms & conditions.
  • Do we get CPD and course notes?
    Yes, you can get 5 hours CPD by attending the Conference.  All the speakers provide detailed notes which you will find in the Conference Handbook.
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