CPA National Conference 2016
Improving the Law: Improving Delivery: Creating Change
The CPA National Conference seeks to brief members and other delegates on key issues and topics within the sector, providing valuable CPD for all those engaged in CPO and land compensation work.
|30 June 2016||Congress Centre, London|
Note: All prices are subject to VAT at the prevailing rate
CPA thank Carter Jonas for sponsoring the morning refreshments
CPA thank CBRE for sponsoring the post conference drinks
This event will be followed by a drinks reception to give time for informal questions and networking.
2016 is another year where major schemes dominate the CPO headlines. HS2's progress through Parliament continues and is about to take a significant step with the Bill moving to the House of Lords. With the Elizabeth Line nearing opening, Crossrail 2 is next on the London agenda, whilst the Northern Powerhouse means infrastructure land assembly will not be limited to the South East. Schemes such as Thames Tideway are moving to the construction stage and everywhere CPO specialists are in increasing demand.
We have to understand what is in the pipeline for us as a result of the Housing and Planning Bill and what else might be on the horizon for CPO reform.
There has never been a more urgent need to keep up to date with rapidly developing law and practice.
The CPA National Conference brings together members and non members alike. With over 250 attendees at last year’s conference, it is a major networking event in the CPO calendar and a pre-eminent programme to attract the very best in the CPO world.
If you do CPO work, then this is a must attend event; both for networking and technical knowledge.
For more information about the CPA
- Richard Guyatt, CPA Chair and Partner, Bond Dickinson
- Gary Soloman, Partner, Burges Salmon LLP
- David Epstein FCA, Consultant, Kingston Smith LLP
- Anne Richards, Head of Property and Facilities, Tideway
- Jonathan Stott MRICS, Managing Director, Gateley Hamer
- Philip Maude Solicitor, Director of Compulsory Purchase, Squire Patton Boggs (UK) LLP
- Chris Moores, Transport Planning Manager, Crossrail 2
- Peter McCrea FRICS FCIArb, Surveyor Member, Upper Tribunal (Lands Chamber) Royal Courts of Justice
- Rebecca Clutten, Barrister, Francis Taylor Building
- Colin Smith, Senior Director, CBRE
|Session 1 - Reforms
|The Tribunal system and the future
of the Lands Chamber
|CPO aspects in the Housing and Planning Bill – how will
it work in practice?
|Session 2 -Technical CPO Issues
|CPO and tax implications - A non accountants essential
|Temporary use of land
|Session 3 - Infrastructure
|Extending the definition of ‘the scheme’
In the current Consultation on further reform of the compulsory purchase system, readers are asked
This session will focus upon
|The case for Crossrail 2|
|Session 4 - Legal Aspects
|The Upper Tribunal's expectations of expert witnesses
|Case law update
|It’s time for Real Reform – ‘simpler
fairer quicker’ is attainable