Landlord forum - working with landlords in Salford

The landlord forum is a regular event which gives landlords the opportunity to interact with each other and to engage with the city council.

The events are hosted by the landlord accreditation and the landlord licensing team who are working to keep landlords informed about changes that may affect them.

This event is open to all Salford landlords, whether you are a member of the landlord accreditation scheme or not. Don't miss this opportunity to find out more.

Landlord Forum 2018

The last Landlord Forum was on Tuesday 4 December 2018 held a that Salford Suite, Salford Civic Centre, Swinton, M27 5BY.

There were presentations from:

  • The Greater Manchester Warm Homes Fund*
  • Department for Work and Pensions – update on Universal Credit
  • The council's Spatial Planning Group - information relating to Article 4
  • Understanding Change: An overview of Housing Market Trend in Salford – Housing Strategy Team
  • Update from Landlord Licensing and housing standards team 

*This event was partially sponsored by the Greater Manchester Warm Homes Fund who are currently offering fully-funded ‘first time’ gas central heating to fuel poor and vulnerable households, including private tenants. If you have a property that is heated by old and inefficient storage heaters or room heaters then it can potentially be upgraded with a new central heating system and gas connection – subject to your tenant meeting the eligibility criteria. This will increase the energy efficiency rating of the property and reduce your tenant’s energy bills. Call 0800 538 5737 or email to find out more.

You can download the presentations at the bottom of the page.

Your views

The council welcomes the views of landlords and if you would like a topic discussing at any future forum, please email or telephone 0161 793 3344.

Downloadable documents

If you are unable to view documents of these types, our downloads page provides links to viewing software.

This page was last updated on 9 January 2019

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