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Annual landlords fair is a huge success

PUBLISHED: 09:58 04 November 2014 | UPDATED: 09:58 04 November 2014

Simon Lacey and Tim Frome both from mydeposits talking to two or the 100 visitors to the Landlords Fair.

Simon Lacey and Tim Frome both from mydeposits talking to two or the 100 visitors to the Landlords Fair.

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More than 100 people attended the Bromley Council landlords fair at Bromley Central Library last week.

The event is designed to support local landlords who in turn will provide homes for a growing number of people needing accommodation in the borough.

New and existing landlords had the chance to get all the information and guidance they need to successfully let their property from a variety of exhibition stands representing both local and national organisations each with valuable expertise in the field.

There was also an opportunity for landlords to attend and participate in a number of individually themed seminars including question and answer sessions.

Experts were on hand to offer valuable guidance on topics such as legal advice and landlord insurance, with practical demonstrations, all of which were very well received.

Executive Member for care services, Cllr Robert Evans, said: “Bromley’s landlords fair confirms our commitment to engage with landlords in the private sector to provide safe and settled homes for families currently in housing need.

“On the back on this year’s success, the housing team is already starting to plan for future events.”


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