News

June 19, 2017 Join Damian Powell and Sarah Salmon on 22 June 2017 for a panel discussion of tips and tactics in anti-social behaviour cases held by the Social Housing Law Association

Sarah Salmon, barrister at Field Court and member of the SHLA committee, will chair the session.

The panel will discuss the remedies available to social landlords dealing with anti-social behaviour and provide top tips from seasoned practitioners. You will have an opportunity to share your experiences with other SHLA members and put questions to the panel. So, register now to avoid disappointment.

June 02, 2017 Playing by the rules (and court orders!)

Whitty v London Borough of Tower Hamlets. The County Court sitting at Central London. 20th March 2017. For some time the Court has been issuing standard directions for the disposal of housing act appeals to ensure that matters of such significance are dealt with efficiently and to reduce the backlog. This case demonstrates when the court says there should be compliance with court orders it means it, as the Appellant discovered to his peril.