FTB Annual Compulsory Purchase and Compensation Seminar
Compulsory purchase and compensation continue to give rise to interesting issues and stimulating debate. Litigation in the last year, in both the courts and the Tribunal, has produced decisions which should be noted although many issues remain unclear. Compensation issues are likely to continue to arise as a result of the recently confirmed CPOs and for HS2.
Our 2019 seminar will concentrate on topical subjects with focused sessions in one afternoon - ideal for busy practitioners. The seminar should be of benefit to all those working in this field, including acquiring authority officers, solicitors, surveyors, planners, accountants and developers.
The seminar will be chaired by Richard Glover QC.
By booking three delegates at the same time, you will automatically be entitled to a special rate of three delegates for the price of two. Payment can be made online at the time of booking, or later by invoice, but must be received prior to the event.
Please note: If you have not booked with us before, you need to register your details into the booking site by selecting 'Members' at the top right hand corner of this page, prior to booking your place.
|14 October 2019||Crowne Plaza Hotel (Blackfriars), 19 New Bridge St, London EC4V 6DB|
Note: All prices are to be paid in GBP and are subject to VAT at the prevailing rate
Speakers to be Announced Shortly
- Richard Glover QC, Barrister, Francis Taylor Building
- Gregory Jones QC, Barrister, Francis Taylor Building
- James Pereira QC, Barrister, Francis Taylor Building
- Richard Honey, Barrister, Francis Taylor Building
- Mark Westmoreland Smith, Barrister, Francis Taylor Building
- Annabel Graham Paul, Barrister, Francis Taylor Building
- Daisy Noble, Barrister, Francis Taylor Building
Topics to include:
Human rights law as it affects compulsory purchase
Compulsory purchase in Wales
Out of the shadows: Section 237 Town and Country Planning Act 1980 – compulsory acquisition of rights to light
Compensation for business loss
Case law update