It is now less than a month until the National Landlords Association (NLA) National Conference takes places in Birmingham.

Between Friday November 20th and Saturday November 21st, private landlords from across the UK will join other professionals from the private rented sector for the industry gathering.

One of the highlights on day one of the event is set to be a talk from NLA head of communications Simon Gordon.

His presentation, dubbed Changing the shape of letting: looking ahead, will give an overview of proposed legislation that will affect private landlords across the country.

Some of the issues up for discussion include the controversial landlord register - which was not widely welcomed when proposed earlier this year - and the increased regulation of letting agents.

Changes to planning regulations that will reduce the number of houses in multiple occupation facilities will also provide a talking point for delegates who head to the West Midlands conference.

Written by Claire Doyle

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