SHLA

The Social Housing Law Association (SHLA) was formed in 2005 by a group of housing professionals and lawyers who saw the need for a forum where ideas and information could be exchanged and discussed.

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  • Harris v Hounslow LBC

    Harris v Hounslow LBC 2017-12-20 17:14:00

    Sarah Salmon, barrister at Field Court Chambers, looks at the decision in Harris v Hounslow LBC [2017] EWCA Civ 1476 where the Court of Appeal dismissed the tenant’s appeal against a possession order made on mandatory grounds under the Housing Act 1985.

Forthcoming Event

Fire Safety after the Grenfell Tragedy  - relevant rules and regulations

Fire Safety after the Grenfell Tragedy - relevant rules and regulations

26/04/2018 06:00pm-08:00pm
@ Cornerstone Barristers

Fire Safety in the aftermath of Grenfell tragedy is rightly uppermost in the minds of all public landlords...

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Words from our Chairman

At our next members' meeting, chaired by Emily Orme (in-house Counsel at Shepherds Bush Housing Group) on 26 April 2018 and Stephen Evans, barrister at 5 Paper Building, Emily and Stephen will consider Fire Safety from both a practical and legal perspective and also the pro-active steps that public landlords can take in dealing with all aspects of Fire Safety.

So, register now to avoid disappointment! 

Dean Underwood, Chair

Members Information

The third SHLA Midlands Branch event, another successful one!


The third SHLA Midlands Branch event, another successful one! The Social Housing Law Association: Midlands Branch, held its third, very successful event, on 20 March 2018 on the topical issue of Litigants in Person (LiP). St Ives Chambers Head of Housing, Michael Singleton, gave an informative talk about this topic as well as some helpful hints and tips.

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SHLA (Midlands) Event a Great Success!


SHLA (Midlands) Event a Great Success! The first SHLA (Midlands) event since its sell-out launch event in the summer was another strong vote of confidence in the initiative to bring housing law professionals together in the Midlands.

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SHLA Membership
Corporate
£200
An unlimited number of staff may now attend SHLA meetings
Barrister & Self employed
£95/£125
Only £95 for those paying by standing order
Student
Free
No charge