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Landlords helped to understand new legislation

01 October 2018

​Landlords are being invited to a free seminar which will help them understand their responsibilities following the introduction of minimum standards for rented accommodation.

Legislation which takes effect today (Monday 1 October) paves the way for minimum standards in rented dwellings, and enables the Minister for the Environment to take steps where they are not met.

Environmental Health are hosting a seminar where landlords, letting agents and managing agents will be helped to understand their legal responsibilities. The 90-minute seminar will run four times on Tuesday 9 October at St Helier Town Hall and is free to attend.

Stewart Petrie, Director of Environmental Health, said: “This is a useful opportunity for landlords to understand what the minimum standards will be, what isn’t expected, and to have direct access to officers from Environmental Health to discuss individual concerns.”

Tickets are available via the Eventbrite website.

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