Half Day Seminar - Collecting the Uncollectible - 20th November 2014 - Shaw Hill
This seminar will provide delegates with a greater insight into what other local authorities do to pursue debtors that attempt to evade payment.
It will also consider the cost of such actions (actual costs and opportunity costs) providing some ‘food for thought’ in the respect of council policies, current performance, and ‘spend to save’ initiatives.
By attending this course you will be provided with:
· An appreciation of the importance of having in place effective policies, procedures and working practices;
· An understanding of how to use the powers and enforcement remedies available in the process.
· The knowledge to be able to pursue debts without referring cases to the Council’s Legal Department;
· An understanding of the potential costs and whether it is cost effective not to pursue a debt further.
Who will benefit
All those who work or manage debt collection of
· Corporate Debts;
· Local Taxation;
· Sundry Debts;
· Overpaid Housing Benefits; and
· Former Tenant Arrears.
The Association would like to thank our sponsors for 2014.
Lancashire and Cheshire Association Autumn Newsletter.
Lancashire and Cheshire Association Spring Newsletter.
Bill was a committed and active member of the Lancashire and Cheshire Association and an award is presented in his name each June.
Alf was a committed and active member of the Lancashire & Cheshire Association and an award is presented in his name each December.