Crime prevention meeting for Bexley and Bromley landlords

PUBLISHED: 12:30 04 July 2013

Bexley, Bromley and Greenwich landlords will meet on Wednesday (July 10) to discuss ways to prevent crime in their properties.

The National Landlords Association (NLA) have arranged the meeting at Ripley Arts Centre in Sundridge Avenue, Bromley, to meet with Insp Darren Murphy from Bromley police to look at emerging crime trends in the area.

He will also give examples of crime prevention techniques that can help stop offences occurring.

Landlords will also hear from Paul Shamplina, director and co-founder of Landlord Action.

Mr Shamplina will share his wealth of experience in being a landlord and will explain how to find a good tenant and how to avoid any pit-falls you could come across.

Lucy Regan, NLA representative for London, said: “All landlords need to take crime prevention seriously and this meeting will help them in their efforts to protect their properties and their tenants.

“It’s also important that landlords to work with their tenants to ensure they take ownership for the day-to-day security of their home.”

To join the NLA and take advantage of their support and up-to-date information for landlords, visit

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