Empty Dwelling Management Orders - Andrew Lavender

Sep
23

Friday 23rd of September 2022

Virtual Event
EHN Corporate Members: £125 / EHN Non Members: £150

How to Book

Cost

Full EHN Members £125 +vat

Associate or non-Members £150 +vat

Please ensure that you can provide a purchase order number within 14 days of booking.

Please confirm whether you are an EHN Member or not when booking.

Booking & Contact details:

If you are interested, please contact Andrew Lavender on 07867987550 or by email HousingLC@aol.com  / andrew.lavender@htlc.co.uk

Event Details

Empty Dwelling Management Orders - One Day Course

The course provides a comprehensive review of Empty Dwelling Management Orders and how to implement them in an effective and practical manner. The course covers how to trace owners and ensure that any legal documentation is correctly served.

The course will cover step by step the matters and processes that Local Authorities should consider as part of the Empty Dwelling Management Order and how to effectively present their cases to the First-tier Tribunal

Delegates will have a clear understanding of how and when to use Empty Dwelling Management Orders and to use the legislation in a tactical manner.

Although the course is tailored towards empty properties, a lot of the knowledge is transferrable to other areas of enforcement, particularly in relation to tracing owners and how to ensure that notices are correctly drafted and served.

The course is suitable for Empty Property Officers, Environmental Health Officers, Private Sector Housing Staff / Managers and Solicitors

The course qualifies for 5 hours and 30 mins core CPD time

Session 1:

  • Introduction to EDMO’s

  • Soft Options and Enforcement

Session 2:  

  • Tracing Owner and Service of Notice

  • How to Trace owners

  • Inspections & Exemptions

  • Exemption Question Scenarios                

Session 3:     

  • EDMO Procedure (Interim & Final)

  • Final Management Schemes

  • Practical Approach

Session 4:

  • First-tier Tribunals (appeals)

  • Case Studies