Gwent Landlord Forum – 24 September 2019

Gwent Landlord Forum

We would like to invite you to join us at our new series of the Gwent Landlord Forum on Tuesday 24 September 2019. As always, it will be taking place at the Parkway Hotel and Spa, Cwmbran, between 6pm and 8pm.

Our invitation goes out to all who may be interested in attending this FREE event. So if you know someone who is a landlord or thinking about becoming a landlord, please do pass this invitation on to them – we are always happy to welcome new guests.

Speakers

Gareth Harrison, West Environmental Services Limited. Gareth will be explaining the landlord regulations surrounding Asbestos. He will be able to advise on the identifying, investigation, risk assessing and handling of Asbestos.

Michael Wiehahn – Invasive Vegetation Management & Treatment Ltd. Michael will be covering everything we need to know about Japanese Knotweed. What it looks like, how to get rid of it and ensuring properties remain an asset. He will also share some case studies.

Alun Harries, Newport Wastesavers. Alun will talk about what to do when a tenant leaves a property that needs emptying and how the reuse centre can help when furnishing rentals. There will also be advice on handling other waste and recyclables from rental properties.

Eventbrite - Gwent Landlord Forum

If you are unable to attend, please cancel your ticket as soon as possible for us to prepare for the correct number of attendees. Thank you.

For any enquiries about this event, please contact Katie Williams at Green & Co on 01633 871122, Email: katie@greenandco.com.

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