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Event Description

Join us for an insightful webinar on ‘What Happened to the Renters Reform Bill’, where esteemed experts from our Housing & Property Disputes department will delve into the latest updates and implications for landlords and agents. This event promises to be a comprehensive guide to the current state and future trajectory of this significant bill followed by a Q&A.

We’ll be discussing the following;

– Latest Bill Progress: A concise overview of where the bill stands now, including recent amendments and key milestones.

– Critical Changes: An exploration of significant bill changes, like the removal of Section 21 and the introduction of new grounds such as 1/1A/4A/6/8A/14.

– Legal Procedures: A look into the changes in standard possession claims at court, including new evidence requirements and timelines.

– Rent Increase Mechanisms: Guidance on how landlords can legally increase rents post the Renters Reform Bill.

– New Landlord Duties: An overview of the additional responsibilities and obligations landlords will face.

– Agent Compliance: Insights into where agents might inadvertently breach new requirements and how to avoid them.

And more!




17.30 | Introduction/ Housekeeping

17.35 | How will I recover possession after the Renters Reform Bill? 

17.55 | How will I increase a tenant’s rent after the Renters Reform Bill?

18.10 | How to stay compliant seeking possession post RRB 

18.30 | Q&A 

19.00 | Close


Meet our panel:

Robin Stewart – Senior Associate: Robin focuses on property litigation and landlord-tenant disputes. His expertise extends to advising property professionals and agents on consumer law and trading standards. Recognized for his practical advice, Robin is dedicated to providing robust advocacy for diverse clients.

Sarah Cummins– Senior Associate: Sarah specializes in residential landlord and tenant disputes. Her practice includes complex possession actions and regulation enforcement in private rented homes. Sarah also provides expert advice in HMO cases and the student rental market.

Nikki Basin – Associate: Nikki is well versed in housing and property disputes. With experience in both landlord and tenant litigation, she specializes in residential possession claims and regulatory matters concerning HMOs and licensing.

Rooshan Saeed – Rooshan assists on a range of cases in residential landlord and tenant disputes including complex possession claims. She also provides assistance in cases involving Houses in Multiple Occupation (HMOs) including property licensing and management and Rent Repayment Order (RRO) claims.

Giles Peaker- Partner: Giles is a renowned housing lawyer in London. He offers expert advice in all housing law aspects, including leasehold disputes and tenant rights. Giles is celebrated for his contributions to housing law improvements and his impactful role in drafting significant housing legislation.


For any queries please contact events@athonygold.co.uk



  •  January 30, 2024
     5:30 pm - 9:00 pm


The Cottons Centre, 5th Floor South West, Hay's Lane, London, United Kingdom, SE1 2QG, United Kingdom