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Disrepair and housing conditions

Stay up to date with housing law provisions relating to disrepair and housing conditions.

Course summary

This course focuses on the legal obligations of landlords, tenants’ rights, and enforcement methods.

We'll look at proposed reforms, and what changes the sector can expect when tackling disrepair and poor housing conditions.

Course information

Level: Intermediate and Advanced (Level 4)

Live webinar

  • Available for: Individuals, groups
  • Duration: Two half day sessions
  • CPD points: 6

Face to face training

  • Available for: Individuals, groups
  • Duration: One day
  • CPD points: 6

Individual bookings

DateDuration and timeDelivery and locationCost
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Wednesday 07 August 2024 – Thursday 08 August 2024Two half day sessions 10am – 1pmWebinar£165+VAT | £150+VATBook
Wednesday 18 September 2024 – Thursday 19 September 2024Two half day sessions 2pm – 5pmWebinar£165+VAT | £150+VATBook
Tuesday 05 November 2024 – Wednesday 06 November 2024Two half day sessions 9:30am – 12:30pmWebinar£165+VAT | £150+VATBook
Thursday 05 December 2024One day 10am – 4:30pmFace to face, London£180+VAT | £160+VATBook

Group bookings

You can book this course for groups.

Contact us about group bookings

What this course covers

Face to face and webinar training includes:

  • landlord repairing obligations

  • tenant rights and duties

  • The Homes (Fitness for Human Habitation) Act 2018

  • Section 11 Landlord and Tenant Act 1985

  • legal remedies and procedure

  • the role of the Housing Ombudsman

  • damp and mould guidance

  • the changes introduced by the Social Housing (Regulation) Act 2023

What you'll learn

At the end of this training, you'll be able to:

  • understand landlord repair obligations in both the private and social sector

  • understand the remedies and procedures for enforcing a tenant’s rights

  • recognise how disrepair and housing conditions regulation may change in the future

Who this training is for

You should already have a good understanding of disrepair and housing conditions law.

You might be an adviser, solicitor or work for a local authority or social landlord.

Continuing Professional Development

Gain points towards your professional development from the CPD Certification Service with Shelter training and events.

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