The National Landlords Association (NLA) National Conference 2009 will take place in Birmingham this winter.

Running from Friday November 20th until Saturday November 21st, the event will be held at the Holiday Inn in England's so-called second city.

With the sector become something of a popular subject for politicians in recent months, this year's NLA gathering is set to be a topical affair.

Indeed, chairman of the NLA David Salusbury recently claimed that "the UK needs a strong rental sector"and called on the government and lenders to give private landlords "sufficient space"when dealing with financial problems that are likely to occur in these tough economic times.

Following requests, the conference will last for two days. The opening day will focus on government policy, industry analysis and expert opinion, while day two offers more of an opportunity to network with fellow private landlords and industry representatives.

Seminars and meetings on issues such as possession and rent arrears, finance, working with agents and building a portfolio will all run throughout the day.

Written by Sarah Field

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