The CPA National Conference 2022
The Compulsory Purchase Association's National Conference briefs all who work with compulsory purchase and compensation, covering a diverse range of issues and topics within the sector, providing valuable CPD. Attendees are from the CPA membership and CPO professionals. It is the premier event in the CPO calendar, with a pre-eminent programme and set of speakers. This year the conference is running as a hybrid event so whether you are attending in person or virtually if you do CPO work this is a must attend event for technical knowledge and updates.
|6 July 2022||Millennium Point, Birmingham||£270||BOOK|
|6 July 2022||Virtual Conference Attendance||£270||BOOK|
Note: All prices are to be paid in GBP and are subject to VAT at the prevailing rate
The CPA National Conference 2022 is proud to announce this years sponsors:
This years’ conference theme will focus on impacts.
- The CPA introduces its reform agenda entitled Affected Parties. It’s a major piece of work that is split into two parts – the initial work looks at the impact of CPOs on people caught up in the compulsory purchase process, and part of the day will look at the issues. Later in the year the focus will shift to examining the processes and the reforms necessary to create a step change for those affected under the banner of the compelling public benefit.
- There will be updates on legislative and best practice reforms around the UK,
- We will look at a CPO in action with a case study.
- The drive to Net Zero is a significant challenge and will create a huge burden for the energy companies and the infrastructure they use to deliver changes in consumption habits.
- And we shall provide a case law review of important and recent decisions from the Tribunal.
- Rebecca Clutten, Barrister, Francis Taylor Building
- Charles Clarke, Principal Lawyer, Transport for London Legal, DLUHC
- Raj Gupta BA (Hons) CPE, Partner, Town Legal LLP
- Colin Cottage BSc (Hons) MRICS RICS Registered Valuer, Managing Director - Compensation, Ardent
- Lucy Thomas, Partner, Pinsent Masons
- David Holland, Chair, The Affected Parties working Group, Vice Chair of the CPA and Partner, Squire Patton Boggs (UK) LLP
- David Baker FRICS FCILT MCIArb, Partner, Baker Rose Consulting LLP
- Jim Hume, Convener at the National Rural Mental Health Forum, Director of Public Affairs and Communication for Support in Mind Scotland; Former Member of the Scottish Parliament
- Alison Squires MRICS MRTPI, Director, Avison Young (UK) Ltd
- Viki James, Senior Director, Ardent Management
- Louise Staples, Rural Surveyor, National Farmers' Union
- Tom Winter, Head of Development Delivery, Scottish Government
- Jen Ashwell, Senior Associate, Burges Salmon
- Natasha Lamptey MRICS, Compensation Surveyor, CBRE
- Bruce Pollard, Head of Property (Electricity Distribution), Western Power
- Daniel Harper, Complex Land Rights Manager - Electricity Transmission Property, National Grid
- Mike Crowther, Managing Director of Land Referencing, Ardent
- Caroline Daly, Barrister, Francis Taylor Building
Welcome, Introduction & Round up of CPA Activities by Conference Chair: Rebecca Clutten
Reforms and legislation coming from Westminster
A CPA commentary on the Levelling-up and Regeneration Bill and the current consultation regarding hope value– the nuts and bolts
Survey results of CPA’s Health and Wellbeing Survey
Towards a Better Understanding of Stress & Anxiety
Health and Wellbeing Survey and the focus on affected parties - A quizzatorial debate
Diversity & Inclusion within compulsory purchase
The drive to Net Zero: Land Assembly Issues
Data Collection, Data Protection and its use in Land Assembly
Case Law Update
Round up of the day