A private landlord event scheduled to take place this week will provide those in the industry with "an essential opportunity for practitioners"to discuss the future of houses in multiple occupation (HMO).

That is the view of Andrea Buse, secretary of the National HMO Network, who believes that the meeting is timely as it comes as "the government is reviewing the role of the whole private-rented sector".

Hosted by the National Landlords Association (NLA), the gathering will take place at Newcastle United's football ground St James' Park on Friday.

It will give property professionals the chance to discuss anything from landlord legal issues to rental tax, as well as other landlord responsibilities.

The meeting is one of the first NLA events since the trade body merged with the South of Scotland Private Landlords Association in January.

At the time of the collaboration, the NLA said joining forces "safeguards the interests of landlords in southern Scotland"and allows them more access to communicate with government at all levels.

Written by Sarah Field
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