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Anthony Collins Solicitors, 134 Edmund Street, Birmingham, B3 2ES, United Kingdom
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This event is free to attend

Our popular annual service charges update returns this year. The session provides an essential round-up of the key legal and regulatory changes in service charges and important case decisions (mainly relating to variable service charges) over the past year. 

Why should you attend?
For those involved in service charges (both for tenants and leaseholders), this is a key legal update.  Of most value, however, is that we set this out in a practical context, explaining how these changes and decisions impact upon your day-to-day role.

IMPORTANT NOTE: If you attended our update in Manchester (27 Nov 2018) or London (4 Dec 2018) last year, there would be some overlap between those sessions and this one.  So we recommend that you sign up to our six monthly updates in those locations instead:


Agenda:
A light breakfast will be provided 

  • 09:30 Registration and networking for a 10:00 start 
  • 11:15 Coffee break 
  • 12:30 Q&A, summary and closing remarks


Who will be there? 
The session will be run by our service charge experts:

  • Jonathan Cox - Anthony Collins Solicitors 
  • Emma Hardman (co-author of the NHF Guide to Service Charges) - Anthony Collins Solicitors 
  • Penny Bournes - Anthony Collins Solicitors 


There will also be opportunity to network with colleagues across the sector.

FAQs
Where can I contact the organiser with any questions? Please email us at event.booking@anthonycollins.com and a member of our events team will be in touch.

Can I invite my colleagues to this event? Feel free to forward an invitation to any of your colleagues you believe can benefit from attending.

I want to attend but can't make the date/s. Will you repeat this? Even though we may not repeat this specific seminar again, we hold lots of other events that may be of relevance to you so please email event.booking@anthonycollins.com with your chosen areas of interest.