Annual Housing Conference 2017

Category: Seminars | Location: Maple House (etc.venues), Corporation Street, Birmingham, B4 6TB

Start Date: Friday 29th of September 2017 |Start Time: 9:00 am

End Date: Friday 29th of September 2017 | End Time: 4:30 pm

CPD Points: 6 | Cost: £125.00 | Status: Places Available

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We are pleased to announce that we will be hosting our Annual Housing Conference on Friday 29th September 2017 at Maple House in Birmingham (part of Etc Venues).

Attracting 6 hours CPD and presented by a cross section of St Ives’ specialist Housing team, the conference offers legal updates and practical advice on topical issues in the Social Housing arena.

The programme includes:

9.00am:  Registration and Coffee

9.30am:  Key Note Address presented by Her Honour Judge Wall

10.00am:  Fitting Round Pegs in Square Holes:  Mental Health in Housing Law – presented by Michael Singleton and Jane Talbot.

11.00am:  Maintenance of Fire Systems for Managers – presented by John Briggs from The Fire Protection Association.               

11.45am:  Drafting Housing Pleadings without Tears:  A Practical Guide – presented by Michelle Caney and Anya Newman.


1.30pm:  Case Law and Practical Updates led by Sarah Fahy and David Nuttall.

2.45pm:  Disrepair Case Study – presented by Tom Lawal and Lucinda Wilmott-Lascelles.

3.45pm:  Disrepair Cast Study – Solutions and Q&A. 

If you have any questions, please contact Ross Hands ( or Christine Doyle (






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