Mo has been the Secretary of the Network for a number of years before accepting nomination as Chair.
She is a vastly experienced property and IT company director working in the HMO field since 2004.
She formerly ran one of the largest property networking forums in the country, has been involved with a Chamber of Commerce trade mission, and has won numerous awards in recognition of her work.
Sarah is a Senior Associate with Anthony Gold Solicitors and specialises in landlord and tenant law. She has a particular interest in Rent Repayment Order cases, representing landlords in residential property tribunals and she writes and speaks extensively on the subject.
Richard was the first landlord to join the Network Steering group some 16 years ago and is now the Treasurer. He has over twenty years’ experience as a landlord with a mixed portfolio.
He also has nineteen years’ experience working on behalf of landlords at a local, national and international level, and eight years’ experience as a letting agent for just a select few properties.
Richard is an Honorary Vice President of the UIPI (International Union of Property Owners based in Brussels), a director of the UK Association of letting Agents and is a member of several British Standards Institution committees relevant to housing.
Gail is a long standing member of the HMO Network with over 20 years experience as a Local Government Environmental Health Officer.
She is currently Managing Oxford City Council's Private Sector Housing Team
Paul has been a former Chair of the Network and continues to assist the Steering Group.
He has over 30 years experience as an Environmental Health Officer in both the public and private sector, and has been involved with training programmes with the Chartered Institute of Environmental Health, particularly in the field of HHSRS
Shaon is a founder of Ideal Rooms together with Mo, and also an experienced property and IT company director with an interest in HMOs, environmental sustainability and charitable works.
Greg is another long standing Network member and has recently retired as a local government environmental health officer after many years of experience as a private sector housing officer, including setting up and managing HMO licensing schemes.
Renee-marie joined the steering group with her wealth of housing, event and training management experience. Renee-marie started her career in housing over 17 years ago working within both the social and private sectors, specialising in anti-social behaviour then moving into education, event management and training fields. She has worked around the UK with various Local Authorities and Stakeholders to promote best practice of landlords and agent rights and responsibilities. She was instrumental in designing and coordinating the delivery of landlord and agent training, including assisting to write HMO management and landlords taxation, possession, landlord safety, anti-social behaviour, plus legal requirements and agent obligations courses and topics. Renee-marie is currently working for the London Borough of Newham managing specialist legal and disrepairs cases and vulnerable and elderly adult’s projects. She is also assisting with the management of the family landlord businesses’ and her own landlord consultancy.