Former Conservative Party leader and Work and Pensions Secretary Iain Duncan Smith is set to speak at a lettings sector event later this week.
Duncan Smith will join a panel of experts for a seminar at the National Landlord Investment Show, taking place at London Olympia on Thursday (June 15).
The session will be chaired by Peter Littlewood from the Southern Landlords Association and the other panellists are David Smith, economics editor of the Sunday Times, Carolyn Uphill, chairman of the National Landlords Association, Richard Bowser, editor of Property Investor News, Tony Gimple from Less Tax for Landlords and Marie Parris, managing director of George Ellis Property Services.
Taking place in front of 400 delegates, the debate will focus on issues facing landlords and the rental sector including Brexit, licensing, immigration, tax and the General Election.
The panel is free to attend for visitors that register their interest online and is on a first-come, first-served basis.
Other features at the show include 40+ speaker sessions, free industry advice and exhibitions from over 100 suppliers.
"With so much change and uncertainty in the market, landlords are relying more heavily on professional advice to help guide them with their investments," says Tracey Hanbury, event director at LI Media, the show's organiser.
"We’re confident it is going to be a very stimulating day, with new features, suppliers and seminars for property professionals.”