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29 May, SFHA Office

Anti-Social Behaviour - the Essentials
SFHA Office

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Tue, 29 May from
09:30 to 12:30 (BST)


SFHA Offices, Sutherland House
149 St Vincent Street, Glasgow, G2 5NW

About the Training

Anti-Social Behaviour can be difficult for Housing Staff. This course will focus on how to bring a Scottish Secure Tenancy (SST) to an end by reason of Anti-Social Behaviour. It will look at the use of Anti-social Behaviour Orders (ASBO’s) as well as discuss how you may convert a SST to a Short Scottish Secure Tenancy (SSST) detailing how you can bring a SSST to an end if ASB continues.  It will touch upon the court processes involved along the way plus look at the advantages and disadvantages of each option.

Course topics:

  • How to bring a SST to an end on ASB ground.
  • Advice on when the court may grant Recovery of Possession for ASB
  • What is an ASBO
  • How is an ASBO effective
  • How do I give a tenant a Short Scottish Secure Tenancy
  • Ending SSST where behaviour persists.
  • Advantages and Disadvantages

Who should attend

This event is a must for anyone working in Housing management, housing policy, senior housing staff.

Session Times

Tea and coffee will be available from 9.30am and the training will commence from 10.00am – 12.30pm.

Costs and How to Book

The delegate fee is from £99 for SFHA Members which includes attendance, course materials and refreshments. Please note places at sessions are limited.

To book your place at the event, click the 'Book Now' button at the top of this page.

Delivered in Partnership

TC Young

Speakers & Biographies

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Catherine McQuarrie
TC Young

Catherine McQuarrie is a Solicitor in TC Youngs Glasgow court team.  She has a well-rounded knowledge of the housing management legal issues which RSL clients face and provides advice on a wide range housing law matters. Regularly appearing in Sheriff Courts throughout Scotland, Catherine is skilled in both negotiating settlements and conducting contested litigation. She has extensive experience in debt recovery, evictions, repossession and sequestration She also leads training on a range of legal topics.

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