Promotional Feature: Southwark Homeowner Council Conference 2019

Kevin Quinn (27 February, 2019) Housing

The conference, organised by homeowners, will give leaseholders and freeholders who live in Southwark Council managed properties a chance to find out about their rights and responsibilities, to meet their representatives and peers to exchange experiences and ideas

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Law & Lease: The Rights & Responsibilities of a Homeowner

When: Saturday 2 March between 9am-4.15pm

Where: The William Booth College, Champion Park, SE5 8BQ. Across from Denmark Hill Station

The conference, organised by homeowners, will give leaseholders and freeholders who live in Southwark Council managed properties a chance to find out about their rights and responsibilities, to meet their representatives and peers to exchange experiences and ideas.

Guest speakers include:

Michael Scorer (Strategic Director of Housing and Modernisation at Southwark Council)

Tom Olden (MRICS Surveyor)

Louise Turff (Investment Manager at Southwark Council),

Gete Otite (CAB Homeowner advice project) Martin Boyd (Leasehold Knowledge Partnership)

Amanda Gourlay (Barrister and blogger on Law & Lease)

Phil Morgan (Resident Involvement Review) and many more.

Conference’s MC is BBC London Radio presenter, Jumoke Fashola.

It will provide an opportunity to hear from various independent organisations about the services and support that are available to them.

Council officers from the Service Charge Construction Team will be on hand to answer your questions and will provide help understanding how your bills are calculated.

There will be presentations from the council and independent professionals and an opportunity to ask questions about what matters to you.

Registrations to HOC Conference are on a first-come, first-served basis.

Please note venue has a capacity of 350 attendees and demand is normally high.

If you have any questions, please phone 020 7525 1139 or email: resident.involvement@southwark.gov.uk

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