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The Northern Homelessness Conference 2019

Friday 25 October 2019

The Queens Hotel, City Square, Leeds LS1 1PJ

IN 2015 we saw significant changes in the way Housing Options Services work. This came about from judgements in the courts and the Ombudsman decisions. The introduction of the Homelessness Reduction Act in 2018 brought fresh challenges to every local authority, against a backdrop of rising demand and budget cuts.

THIS conference has been designed to offer practical advice and solutions in the areas of homeless prevention as well as how to meet all the challenges of the Homelessness Reduction Act. You will hear from leading national experts in the areas of homelessness, allocations and trailblazers.

A must-attend conference for all local authority homelessness and allocations professionals. This conference will give delegates:


n insight into how local authorities are managing the demands of the Homelessness Reduction Act


est practice on how to prevent homelessness from leading trailblazers and local authority managers


onfidence in assessing whether possession claims made using a Section 21 notice are valid by knowing what questions to ask


etails of recent developments in allocations and homelessness case law in the County Court, Court Of Appeal, High Court and Supreme Court


xpertly written one page flowchart detailing what the Housing Act 1996 as amended looks like


irst hand details as to how predictive analytics can help in identifying those at most risk of homelessness


uidance on how to assess eligibility in light of Brexit and all the other many changes that have occurred over the last 12-18 months

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