This year's National landlord Association (NLA) National Conference will run over two days in the autumn.

Various issues will be discussed during the gathering in the West Midlands, although no dates or venues have officially been revealed on the organisation's website.

On day one of the event, private landlords and other private rented sector professionals will focus on government policy, industry analysis and expert opinion.

This is particularly topical after the government recently announced a number of proposals to improve the sector and installed Ian Austin as the MP responsible for this particular area of the property industry.

Day two will involve landlord rent issues and other financial subjects. This may include details about tenancy deposit schemes and property tax.

Working with agents and building property portfolios are the other two topics to be considered on the second day of the conference.

Written by John Weeks

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