SHLA

About Us

Since its creation SHLA has gone from strength to strength. Each year we organise five seminars on legal issues affecting social housing landlords . We hold our annual conference at the end of the year– a day which provides plenary addresses on key issues and a choice of break-out sessions on a variety of housing law and practice topics. These are well attended events that are open to both SHLA members and nonmembers. We also respond to government consultations on behalf of our members and advocate on behalf of social landlords.

Since its creation SHLA has gone from strength to strength. Each year we organise five seminars on legal issues affecting social housing landlords

Committee Members        Founding Supporters

 

SHLA's objectives

SHLA is an organisation of and for social housing professionals and their lawyers. It is a non-commercial organisation, run by a committee of its members for the benefit of the wider membership. Its members are local authorities, housing associations, housing and policy professionals and solicitors and barristers who regularly represent social landlords.

SHLA aims to:

  1. Further the interests of social landlords.
  2. Promote and develop better solutions to the legal problems faced by social landlords.
  3. Provide a forum where its members can exchange and discuss ideas and information.
  4. Assist in the development and training of its members.
  5. Provide popular and informative seminars and events that aid its members.