Annual CPO Convention 2019
The CPO Convention will focus on some of the prominent and key areas of CPO practice. It is aimed at those relatively new to CPO work, those seeking to enhance their skills, as well as practitioners and local government whether as lawyers, planners or surveyors/valuers.
|25 September 2019||Squire Patton Boggs, London||£180||BOOK|
Note: All prices are subject to VAT at the prevailing rate
CPT Events would like to thank Squire Patton Boggs for their use of facilities.
This event will be followed by a CPA Future drinks reception at Squire Patton Boggs. All attendees from the CPO Convention are able to attend this reception free of charge. This will start at 17:30 and will finish approximately 19:30.
Compulsory Purchase Order (CPO) powers have long been an effective tool in the armoury of acquiring authorities and promoters in DCOs to secure land and rights to enable the delivery of housing, infrastructure and urban regeneration projects.
CPO practice is very different to just five years ago. There has been legislative reform, but the industry and the professions have been driving changes in best practice; and we are in a period of unprecedented demand for the use of CPOs, with not enough experienced practitioners to service the workload.
The need for new entrants into the workplace, professionals making a commitment to be specialists in CPO and compensation matters, is overwhelming; and it is in this light this programme has been devised.
Whether you are a surveyor, valuer, solicitor, barrister or accountant doing some CPO work, this programme will enlighten and be practical in giving tangible benefits to your work. (The programme is also ideal for those sitting their RICS APC level 3 competency)
The speakers are able to offer an insight into the nuances of the CPO process as well as providing guidance on how to avoid the and pitfalls and what represents best practice.
- Anthony McNamee, Associate, Farrer & Co
- Barry Denyer-Green Hon RICS LLM PhD, Barrister, Falcon Chambers
- David Holland, Partner, National Compulsory Purchase & Compensation Team, Squire Patton Boggs (UK) LLP
- David Baker, Partner, Baker Rose Consulting LLP
- Sarah Gillie, Partner, Baker Rose Consulting LLP
- David Asker, Authorised High Court Enforcement Officer, High Court Enforcement Group Ltd
Registration, Sandwiches & Refreshments
Welcome & Introduction by Event Chair – Anthony McNamee, Farrer & Co
Core Principles of CPOs: Core Legal and Valuation Principles
- Tips and traps
- Right first time
- What goes into a claim?
- As a claimant advisor: Interviewing claimants and harvesting information
- As an acquirer: Getting the information you need to make a 'sound' offer to settle compensation
- Claimant relations
- Managing expectations
- What not to do
Taking a Claim to Tribunal - Drawing Together the Evidence, Preparing the Paperwork - Witness Statements and Bundles
- How to be a good assistant
- What goes in: Sections and summary
- Format and numbering
- What can possibly go wrong?
Blight and Voluntary Compensation Schemes
- What is it?
- Types of Blight - Statutory and non statutory schemes
- RV limit anomaly
- When do I get paid?
- What does the present system not recognise?
- Bespoke enhanced schemes
- Blight and hardship on infrastructure schemes
- Betterment - qualitative or quantitative?
- How blight and injurious affection interact with voluntary schemes
- The other Rule 6 - Other matters not relating to the value of land
- Heathrow, Crossrail and HS2
- New legislation and impact on practice
- Important cases you need to be guided by
- Enforcement matters
- Enforcement of CPO's
- How the CPO is actually enforced
- Eviction remedies
- What happens when the landowner or occupier won't cooperate
This event will be followed by the CPA Future Drinks Reception