Wednesday, 15 April 2009


Thanet district Council press release

Landlords in Thanet can find out more about the council’s new landlord accreditation scheme at a meeting being held next week.

Thanet District Council is holding one of its regular landlord events on Thursday 23 April from 4.30pm until 7.30pm at the Margate Media Centre in King Street, Margate.

As well as opportunities to network with other landlords and agents, landlords will also be able to hear from the Kent Fire & Rescue service to find out about fire safety in housing and the responsibilities of landlords. There will also be the chance to speak with representatives from the council’s Housing Improvement, Housing Options and Housing Benefit teams and to visit information stands with lots of useful information and advice.

Cllr. Zita Wiltshire, Cabinet Member for Housing, said: “The landlords event is really popular and provides an excellent opportunity for local landlords to get updates on the work of our Housing Improvement team and to find out more about issues that affect them. It’s also a great chance to network with other landlords from across the District and council officers and get answers to any questions that they may have.”

There is no need to book in advance and entrance and refreshments on the night are free. For more information about the event, call the Housing Improvement team on 01843 577437 or e-mail

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