Are you ready to operate successfully in the private rental market of the future?
Future Renting is a national one day conference for the private rented sector hosted by the RLA. The conference offers a packed programme featuring a range of expert speakers who will address delegates on issues including the welfare reform, fire safety, property licensing and tax.
Watch our highlights from Future Renting Wales.
Hear from property expert Kate Faulkner
Get the latest on how Westminster legislation on tax, GDPR, energy efficiency and welfare reform are being implemented
Meet other landlords and agents, share your experience and pick up advice, support and offers from a range of exhibitors
How much does it cost?
Early bird pricing until 31/08/18
RLA Members - £50
Non-Members - £65
Standard pricing: RLA Members £60 and Non-Members £75
Group booking discount - Buy 4 tickets for the price of 3
Includes lunch and refreshments.Book your ticket
Kate FaulknerProperty Expert
Kate Faulkner is one of the UK's leading property experts. On a monthly basis, Kate analyses what's happening to the economy, property prices and rents, and the impact this has on consumers and indeed the industry.
Kate regularly features on national and local TV, radio and newspapers giving her thoughts on the market, housing policy and carries out one to one advice on a consultancy basis for the industry and the general public.
David SmithRLA Policy Director
David Smith is a specialist in residential landlord and tenant law.
He advises landlords and agents in this field with a particular focus on changes in the law. He is well known for his work on tenancy deposit protection, houses in multiple occupation and consumer protection legislation.
Katrine SporleThe Property Ombudsman
Katrine Sporle CBE took up her current post as The Property Ombudsman on 1st November 2015.
Previously, Katrine Sporle was Chief Executive of the Planning Inspectorate for England and Wales (2003-2011), which involved being responsible for all aspects of the Government Executive Agency, 1000 members of staff and a £60m budget.
Imperial College London, Exhibition Road, London SW7 2AZ
The nearest Underground station is South Kensington, on the District, Circle and Piccadilly lines.
You can plan your route with the Transport for London journey planner.
From South Kensington Station, the college is only a ten minute walk. Either follow the subway signposted to the museums or walk north up Exhibition Road. The College is next to the Science Museum.
South Kensington s is easily accessible by bus. A number of routes pass within easy walking distance of the campus.
If you are interested in exhibiting at Future Renting, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Upon receipt one of our team will contact you to discuss the available options.