Early bird tickets for this year’s ARLA Propertymark Conference, happening just days before the likely introduction of the ban on tenant fees, are now available.
Taking place on April 2 at ExCeL London, the conference is the largest and best attended event in the property industry.
Award-winning Financial Times columnist and BBC broadcaster Tim Harford is the keynote speaker; ahead of the Tenant Fees Ban, he will talk about how changing business practices can have a positive impact on your company.
There will also be a panel discussion looking at how the most effective parts from different business models can be adopted and applied to various companies.
David Cox, chief executive of ARLA Propertymark, and Robert Bolwell from law firm Dutton Gregory will also deliver a legal and legislative update to attendees.
Early bird tickets are now on sale until February 1 via the ARLA website.
“Every year, the ARLA Propertymark Conference presents attendees with an opportunity to hear the latest updates on legal and legislative changes, and of course to network with likeminded individuals from across the industry. With the Tenant Fees Ban probably coming into force just a few days after the Conference, this year will also offer delegates essential information about how to survive in a post Tenant Fees Ban world; with keynote speaker Tim Harford focusing specifically on how to adapt your business model” says Peter Savage, ARLA president.