Legislation Spotlight: Winter 2018
Join us on 10th December at 2pm for our latest Legislation Spotlight: Winter 2018 webinar to ensure you are ready for the challenges of the coming new year. We will discuss and debate all the changes, as well as giving our top tips and hints to help tackle 2019. Featuring RLA Director & Trainer, Carrie Kus, Policy Manager, John Stewart & Academy Trainer, Alex Nolan, who will be covering a range of topics including EPC's, the tenant fee ban, Nottingham v Parr recent caselaw which has potential to impact licensing in the PRS, as well as providing advice on how to help tenants maintain your property over winter. Register today to ensure you are fully informed and prepared for 2019.
John StewartPolicy Manager, RLA
John joined the RLA as Policy Manager after two years in event management running Manchester Pride.
Previously John worked in politics, initially supporting a Member of Parliament for ten years, and spending nine years as a member of Aberdeen City Council. John was council leader from 2009-2011, taking over at a time of crisis and budget overspends and was highlighted as an example of best practice by the Accounts Commission in 2011.
Alex NolanTrainer, RLA
Alex has 10 years' experience in the property industry and has been a trainer for both the RLA and a large nationwide letting agent for the majority. Alex designs and delivers many of our classroom courses and assists in the creation of our online content.
Alex is responsible for ensuring that the complex and ever changing regulations applied to the rental sector are translated and simplified to assist all landlords and agents to ensure they are compliant.
Alex believes that in order for landlords to comply with the legislation put in front of them then they must be given the tools and support to do this.
Carrie KusNon-Executive Director, RLA
Carrie is a Non-Executive Director for the RLA. She is a landlord herself buying her first property at the age of 23, she continues to build her portfolio.
Carrie spent 7 years working at Shelter as a caseworker and then a housing law trainer. She left Shelter to start her own property management company in which she is now a Director. She provides training courses on behalf of the RLA and provides support services to the RLA landlord advice team. She holds a degree in Psychology from University of Wales Bangor and a Certificate in Mortgage Advice and Practice.