Welcome to the home page of the workshop course. Here you will find some preliminary information about your course.
First – getting there:
The workshop will take place on 30 October 2018 Cambridge Belfry Hotel – which is actually in Cambourne about 10 miles out of Cambridge itself. You will find a picture and a map on your right.
The best way to get there is by car and the hotel has a large free car park you can use. You can also get a train to Cambridge and then a taxi but it will be a fairly long taxi ride.
If you are thinking of staying overnight then you should be able to book a room at the hotel.
Note – if you are booking hotel accommodation for this event, please contact us to confirm that the event is going ahead, as occasionally we do have to cancel. Be aware that we cannot be held responsible for any expenses incurred if this happens.
Second – the day:
The workshop will start at 10.30 am with registration from 10.00 am. Graeme Gee will be there and will deal with any admin issues or queries you may have.
There will be two comfort breaks of 1/2 hour and one hour is allowed for lunch. All refreshments are included, which will include tea and coffee and a sandwich lunch.
If you want to bring your laptop or ipad, there is free wi fi provided.
We will provide course notes on the day.
The workshop will end at 4.30 pm.
Third – about the speaker:
Robert is a barrister at Arden Chambers, a specialist housing law set.
He advises and represents both landlords and tenants, in the county courts and in the First-tier Tribunal (Property Chamber) (formerly the Leasehold Valuation Tribunal).
He has lectured and provided training on a wide range of landlord and tenant topics and is an editor of the Housing Law Reports.
If you need to contact us
Generally, we prefer you to contact us by email at [email protected] but in an emergency, you can telephone us on 01603 763096.
Note that if we are not available to answer the phone please can you send an email as well as leaving a message.
Finally – your questions:
If you have any topics, in particular, you would like Robert to cover please use the form below. NB Please do not use this to post details of specific situations – just general areas of law or practice.