SHLA

Anti-social Behaviour: tips and tactics, a panel discussion

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22/06/2017 06:30pm-08:00pm
@ Cornerstone Barristers

At its inception, the Anti-social Behaviour, Crime and Policing Act 2014 appeared to be no more than a ‘repackaging’ of old powers in a consolidated toolkit to assist police and other authorities to deal with anti-social behaviour. Are the new powers effective in addressing anti-social behaviour or is there more we can do? How are the courts treating applications for IPNAs and Closure Orders and are there secrets to success? What tactics work to reduce time and cost in litigation? Join us on 22nd June 2017 to find out. The panel includes Chris Grose of Capsticks, Damian Powell of Field Court, Emily Giles of Hyde Housing and Deputy District Judge Maya Naidoo.

Sarah Salmon, barrister at Field Court and member of the SHLA committee, will chair the session.

The panel will discuss the remedies available to social landlords dealing with anti-social behaviour and provide top tips from seasoned practitioners. You will have an opportunity to share your experiences with other SHLA members and put questions to the panel. So, register now to avoid disappointment.

*To encourage great debate, we encourage our members to email us before the meeting with questions for the panel at info@shla.org.uk

Registration, Networking and food & beverages from 6.00pm to 6.30pm.
Speakers Presentation from 6.30pm to 7.00pm.
Questions & Answers session from 7.00pm to 8.00pm.
Cornerstone Barristers is located in 2-3 Gray's Inn Square, London WC1R 5JH and the closest Tube stations are Holborn, Chancery Lane and Farringdon.

Admission and CPD points:
£50 (non SHLA members)
£15 (trainees & pupils who are SHLA members)
£30 (SHLA members)

Law Society, Bar Standards Board: 1½ CPD hours

(CPD hours subject to approval by professional standards bodies)

To submit questions in advance, or for further information, email us at info@shla.org.uk, phone 020836-50405 or visit www.shla.org.uk

No one who witnessed the horrific events at Grenfell Tower last week could fail to be moved by the sheer scale of the human loss and tragedy.

For those who live and work in social housing, that tragedy was particularly close to home.

The committee of SHLA wishes to express its sincere condolences and sympathies to all those affected by the fire at Grenfell Tower.

SHLA will donate the proceeds from its next members' meeting on 22nd June 2017 to assist those affected.


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