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Wales: Flintshire County Council private landlord event

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A private sector event for landlords in the area is being held in Flintshire County and the Council is keen to promote the news to all regional landlords…

A private sector event for landlords in the area is being held in Flintshire County and the Council is keen to promote the news to all regional landlords.

The event is happening on 19th October 2013 from 11am until 2pm at the Beaufort Park Hotel in New Brighton. Map details

The event is designed to make people in the area aware of ‘significant changes’ happening within the council and the desire to get input from those affected and to provide information on various packages that are being made available to landlords to help them rent their properties.

Flintshire County Council want to showcase a set of three packages that they are hoping will create incentives for landlords to rent their properties through their channels.

The RLA will have a stand at the event to promote the hard work that the Welsh central and local Governments are putting into the private rented sector (PRS). In addition to the RLA manning a stand other groups displaying and talking to visitors will include:

  • Flintshire County Council Private Sector Offer – Consultation
  • Empty Homes
  • Energy
  • Tenant Support Services
  • Flintshire Development Opportunities
  • Credit Union

To give those attending full scope of the intentions and objectives of the incentives available to landlords in the area.

For more information consult the flyer being made available, email or call to speak to Ceri Davies  (Private Sector Manager at Flintshire County Council) at ceri.davies@flintshire.gov.uk or on 01352 703811.

Ceri has said of the event:

“We are happy to answer any questions ahead of the event and there will be staff available on the day to discuss the options and landlord requirements or concerns.”

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