In part two of our Stoke on Trent property investment seminar at the wonderful World of Wedgwood, we'd like to share this insightful, succinct and educational talk from Bowcock Cuerden's Amanda Austin.
To offer you a little background insight on today's key speaker, Amanda qualified as a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Legal Executives in 2009 and as a Solicitor in 2015.
Amanda boasts over 12 years of experience in commercial and general civil litigation, debt collection, bankruptcy and winding up proceedings, and residential landlord-tenant law. Amanda has a particular interest in insolvency law, and as such, she helps Insolvency Practitioners with their contentious and non-contentious insolvency matters.
In addition to this, she is a strong advocate of the potential of Stoke on Trent, and in her talk, Amanda provides an insightful glimpse at the recent Section 21 changes to give North Staffordshire landlords the best possible chance of success as things progress in the city. Without further ado, here it is:
"It's still surprising how many residential landlords I come across that don't know about the Section 21 changes." - Amanda Austin
Valuable information on a critical subject: well done Amanda and thank you for your time.
Stay tuned for more from our Potteries property investment seminar and in the meantime, check out how the locals feel about the City of Culture 2021 Bid - it's results week after all.