06 Jul

HHSRS enforcement

Two half-day workshop: 6 and 7 July

CIEH member: £180
Affiliate member: £280
Non-member: £280

Please note that this training will be delivered via the Zoom online platform.  Please ensure that you are able to access this prior to booking.

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This course provides authoritative guidance on HHSRS enforcement through a mixture of tutorial sessions and case studies. Delegates will explore all options and tools to determine the most appropriate course of action after an HHSRS assessment; as well as recent additional enforcement options - such as civil penalties - in order to effectively fulfill enforcement duties and good practice requirements.

By attending this course your enforcement activities will be more effective.

Why you should attend:

  • Practical tips on HHSRS enforcement
  • Discuss recent changes such as civil penalties and banning orders
  • Appreciate the options for action after the HHSRS assessment
  • Explore how to determine the most appropriate course of action
  • Become familiar with the requirements for powers of entry

What past delegates thought

  • "Thoroughly engaging and enjoyable. Yep, I said that about HHSRS."  Housing Standards Officer
  • "Just what I wanted: a clear explanation of the HHSRS and how to apply it."  Senior EHO
  • "Both speakers were very approachable and easy to understand."  Landlord Accreditation Officer

Programme

HHSRS Enforcement programme

CPD: 6 hours

John Easey


John has worked in the field of housing standards for the last 20 years, both in private practice providing consultancy, survey and training services, and more recently as an enforcement officer within local authority private sector housing teams. He has also been a member of the English Housing Survey team since 2001 and has used the HHSRS in survey work from 2002.

He has been involved in training local authority and housing association officers on the provisions of the Housing Act 2004, either through the various initial government funded training schemes or by direct commission from clients, since the mid-2000s.

He currently works part time in a local authority as a senior officer private sector housing officer with responsibilities including general complaints, HMO licensing and enforcement, caravan site licensing, DFGs, and the development of policy and procedures, and is Director of a housing consultancy practice.

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