SHLA

The Social Housing Law Association (SHLA) was formed in 2005 by a group of housing professionals and lawyers who saw the need for a forum where ideas and information could be exchanged and discussed.

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  • Public Sector Equality Duty and Possession Claims

    Public Sector Equality Duty and Possession Claims 2019-03-03 15:03:00

    The Court of Appeal judgment in Powell v Dacorum Borough Council [2019] EWCA Civ 23 was handed down on 24 January 2019. In this article one of the barristers that was involved in the case, Andy Lane of Cornerstone Barristers (who led Ruchi Parekh), gives his view on the case and the lessons that can be learnt from it.

Forthcoming Event

'A view from the bench'

'A view from the bench'

04/07/2019 06:00pm-08:00pm
with His Honour Judge Saunders

His Honour Judge Saunders from the county court at Central London will speak about the perils and pitfalls of housing litigation.

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Words from our Chairman

It has been a busy few months as the new SHLA Chair and I take this opportunity again to thank Dean Underwood for all of his hard work and commitment over the last three years.

SHLA are delighted to inform its members that they will hear from His Honour Judge Saunders from the county court at Central London will speak about the perils and pitfalls of housing litigation.

The event will take place at Cornerstones on the 4th July. For full details on this event please click HERE and email us if you have any questions.

Our first newsletter of 2019 is also out and you can read the latest SHLA Newsletter by clicking HERE

Contact the SHLA team for any questions at info@shla.org.uk

Sarah Salmon, Barrister and Chair of the Social Housing Law Association

 

Members Information

SHLA North launches on 19 September 2019 with its first event on ASB


SHLA North launches on 19 September 2019 with its first event on ASB ‘Anti-Social Behaviour, still living the nightmare?’ For its inaugural event, SHLA North has assembled an expert panel to discuss the report and the steps that housing providers can take to support victims better. You will be able to hear from experts: -Paul Burns of Exchange Chambers; - Josephine Morton of Brabners; - Simon Evans of Sefton MBC; and Jenny Herrera of ASB Help.

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SHLA Midlands presents an Anti-Social Behaviour seminar update, with Tom Lawal


SHLA Midlands presents an Anti-Social Behaviour seminar update, with Tom Lawal The event will be held on 13 March 2019 at St Ives Chambers, 1-3 Whittall Street, Birmingham, B4 6DH

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An unlimited number of staff may now attend SHLA meetings
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