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Presentation and Notes from LANI General Meeting 26 September 2018

LANI was pleased to welcome Kim Murphy and Brenda Parker from the Landlord Advice section of Housing Rights Service along to our General Meeting on 26 September 2018.

After an overview of the Landlord Advice line a presentation was given on the 5 topics most often brought up by landlords when contacting the Landlord Advice line. We include a copy of the presentation and notes taken on the evening with clarification on a few of the points raised which were provided by Kim following the meeting.

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Insight Event – Housing Market Intelligence Exchange – Thursday 18 October

Northern Ireland’s Housing Stock: Evidence, Comparisons and Innovation

9.30 am (registration) – 1.00 pm (light lunch)  Thursday 18 October 2018

Hilton Belfast  4 Lanyon Place, Belfast, BT1 3LP

All LANI members are invited to attend this event by the NI Housing Executive. It will look at the evidence from the 2016 House Condition Survey on the housing stock across all tenures.

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Support from HMRC

HMRC invite you to broaden your knowledge on employees’ expenses and benefits in kind with this selection of live and recorded webinars.

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HMO Legislation Update

The Houses in Multiple Occupation (HMO) Act (Northern Ireland ) 2016  has been with us for around two years but the provisions of this order are not yet enacted as the Department for Communities has been working to introduce secondary legislation resulting from the order.

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Carbon Monoxide Awareness (Half Day) Workshop

The aim of the workshop is to help organisations in your area become more aware of the sources, signs and symptoms of Carbon Monoxide poisoning, understand what to do if you suspect CO may be present and learn of resources that can help you raise awareness.

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I joined LANI because I felt I needed more support and information than I had been getting. In attending the General Meetings I have met many other landlords who face the same issues as myself and I have been able to keep myself up to date with the changes taking place.

SP, Lisburn

I joined LANI because it seemed like the most professional body representing landlords in Northern Ireland. I wouldn’t have known about the changes to the landlords rates or saved myself that 15% on all my properties.

LJ, Dungannon

I have found my membership very beneficial. I now belong to an organisation that is dedicated to our profession and which knows the laws and legislation that go along with it. They are able to keep us up to date with impending changes and represent the Private Landlord at many levels of Government.

JMcS, Newcastle

The advice line is brilliant; whenever I have a problem the office staff takes my enquiry and someone gets back to me with the most up-to-date information.

KR, Portadown