Private landlords across the UK may be interested to hear that the vice-chairman of the National Landlords Association (NLA), John Socha, is leaving his post at the organisation.

The NLA annual general meeting on November 20th will mark his final day in his current role.

Explaining his decision to stand down, Mr Socha said he has been involved on the national landlord stage for 13 years and "it's now the right time to move on and focus more fully on my business and other interests".

A number of private landlords across the UK will have benefited from the vice-chairman's work at the NLA, it would seem.

David Salusbury, chairman of the group, who is set to give a keynote speech at the NLA National Conference in Birmingham next week, said that Mr Socha's work for the landlord community should not be underestimated.

"Were it not for his vision and leadership, it is doubtful whether landlords would have the same high level of representation they have come to expect today,"he remarked.

Written by Mark Garner


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