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Practical Land Acquisition

A Focus on Valuation and Compensation: Issues from the USA, Canada, Australia and the UK

Session 4 of the Delivering Land Assembly International Summit

Start Date Venue Price  
22 June 2021 Virtual Conference - Session 4 £75 BOOK

Note: All prices are to be paid in GBP and are subject to VAT at the prevailing rate

Event duration: Afternoon Virtual Seminar (2 hours CPD).
Registration from: 15.55 (BST). Event starts at: 16.00. Event finishes at: 18.00.

Speakers are Embedded in the Programme Below

Programme

Chair: Richard GuyattPartner, Womble Bond Dickinson 

Panel:

Canada - Sandy Grigg SR/WA, Infrastructure Real Estate Professional, D.A. Grigg Consulting; Past President of IRWA, Philip Smith FRICS AACI PLE, Executive Vice President (Research, Valuation, Advisory), Altus Group Limited, John S Doherty, Partner - Leader of the National Expropriation Law Group, Gowling WLG

USA - Randy A. Williams MAI SR/WA, Executive Vice President, Jones Lang LaSalle; Past President of IRWA and Kristina Silcocks, Special Counsel, Foley & Lardner LLP

Australia - John Gunthorpe, Director, CBRE Ltd and Dr. John Sturgeon SR/WA, Discipline Leader, The University of Queensland, Principal, Sturgeon Consulting Group

UK - Jonathan Stott MRICS, Managing Director, Gateley Hamer; Raj Gupta BA (Hons) CPE, Partner, Town Legal LLP


History helps understand how we have got to the present. Each of these countries started out, by and large, with British law and practises built into their DNA. But as sovereign states they diverged from that common base and created their own unique systems. 


In this session, we are interested in comparing their current valuation and compensation systems for land assembly – who does what; and does the common ancestry still underpin what each does? But more importantly, can each country system be enhanced by embracing working practices from others? Is it conceivable we can bring together the best from each of these leading developed countries - with a common heritage - and forge a common practice alliance for land assembly?

Panel Debate with Q & A's