17 January 2018

Category Archives: News

housing law services attends Hastings Academy careers fair

On 11 July 2014, Glenda Nichols went to Hastings Academy to speak to the students about a career in law. Glenda met with year 10 and year 11 pupils and explained the various ways of entering the legal profession. The event organisers, ‘My Future Starts Here’ (‘MFSH’), said the students really appreciated the attention and encouragement the firm gave them. Carrie Normoyle of MFSH said housing law services is: “a joy to work with.”

Assured Shorthold Tenancies and Section 21 Notices

Clarification of some of the issues surrounding Assured Shorthold Tenancies and Section 21 Notices.  Please click here to view the full article.

Top ranked by Chambers

housing law services is delighted to announce that, yet again, it has been ranked in the top tier of leading firms specialising in social housing law. Chambers if the UK’s leading client guide to the top law firms. Julie Allen, a partner in the firm, said: “To achieve number one status for the second year running is a major achievement. It is a recognition of the firm’s blue chip clients and outstanding work in the sector.” For more details about Chambers and to view the firm’s ranking, please click here.

Tim Crook appears on BBC TV show “Dont Get Done, Get Dom”.

Tim Crook appeared on the show in April 2014 and gave help and advice to Landlords in relation to various tenancy issues.

Please click the ‘Play’ button on the video below to see an excerpt from the TV Show.

Intentional Homelessness

The Court of Appeal consider the extent of reasoning required upon a review of a decision of intentional homelessness.  Please click here.

Half Day Masterclasses – 2014 Training Programme

housing law services are pleased to announce the new 2014 Training Programme.  Please click here for more details.

housing law services attends Claverham Community College morning assembly

Tim Crook speaks at Claverham College assembly to all students to raise their awareness of the importance of “digital footprints”.

Tim Crook gives housing law update to CIH South East’s Regional Conference

Tim Crook updated housing professionals on the Anti Social Behaviour Crime and Policing Act at the regional conference and advised on the new tools that will be available to practitioners later in the year.

housing law services supports Rye College’s Careers Fair

Glenda Nichols attends Rye College’s Career Fair to encourage students to consider a career in the law and to explain the various levels of entry for all.

housing law services attends a careers workshop at St Richard’s College Bexhill

Tim Crook speaks to Year 9 students about a career in the legal profession.

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