The course will give an overview of procedures and look at recurrent issues such as whether the hypothetical lease should include a break option; what should be the assumed length of term and whether a ‘headline rent’ is effectively excluded. The course will look with particular reference to the increasingly well-used PACT scheme.
London (23 May).
Principles into Practice
Determining compulsory purchase compensation in a ‘business disturbance’ claim is complex. How is compensation assessed and what are the procedures and rules to follow to deliver fair and full compensation?
London (17 April).
This course surveys
all the commonly-occurring lease expiry issues, the pitfalls and the top tips and is highly relevant to property managers, agents negotiating lettings, property
investors and commercial occupiers.
Reading (10 May).
This course identifies particular problem areas for surveyors dealing with lease renewals, where improved awareness and understanding can not only mean avoiding mistakes (potentially very expensive ones), but also adding value in delivering an expert service to the client. If you are involved in lease renewal negotiations, whether as surveyor, investor or occupier, you cannot afford to miss this course.
London (20 April).
A thorough review of what constitutes best practice, and what can go wrong. The spotlight is on CPO negotiations and delivery. At its heart, what is the land to be acquired worth? If affected, what is the right amount of compensation to be paid?
London (23 April).
The Compulsory Purchase Association invite you to attend their annual reform lecture, where experts will focus on Emerging land value capture schemes using Compulsory Purchase at restricted value.
London (26 April).
The introduction of the RICS practice statement 'Surveyors Advising In Respect Of Compulsory Purchase and Compensation', and repeated judicial criticism of expert witnesses appearing before the Upper Tribunal and courts, creates an imperative for all practitioners, to carefully consider how they might avoid, or resolve disputes, without resort to litigation, whenever possible. This is a must attend event.
London (30 April).
This course focuses on the range of issues that need to be considered before a lease is signed, with implications for both landlord and tenant, and identifies practical measures to reduce the risks. It is essential for anyone involved in negotiating and documenting letting terms to attend.
London (14 May).
The course is designed to ‘walk through’ a typical commercial lease – explaining the terminology, purpose and implications of each clause, and will demystify jargon, implementing an awareness of the wider commercial context needed to complement up-to-date technical knowledge. This day will be of particular benefit to property administrators, secretaries, accounts personnel, facilities managers, graduate surveyors on APC, and all staff who need a greater understanding of commercial property matters.
Solihull (16 May), London (19 June).
Planning Law and Policy - All change or more of the same?
The conference will assess the latest developments and proposals for planning and environmental law, policy and procedure in key areas and consider the implications for practitioners and whether what is proposed will in fact deliver meaningful change for planning.
London (18 May).
The 2017 Revaluation has taken place. But it is not business as usual. Check Challenge Appeal is with us, and has created a very different landscape; one which is evolving; and promises to be very different to that launched in April 2017. Government tinkered at the budget, but it is now time to work with the evolving system. If you work in rating, this is your must attend event of the year.
London (7 June).
A Briefing for Acquiring Authorities
There is significant and sustained pressure on Local Authorities to use CPO powers. This programme will guide you through the pitfalls and complexities in land assembly projects.
London (19 June).
What do you really know about rent collection and payment? This programme focuses on rent collection, payment, debt management and money management in commercial property management, while also considering specific issues in relation to mixed-use properties with a residential element.
Solihull (21 June).
The Compulsory Purchase Association's National Conference seeks to brief members, non members and the professions on key issues and topics within the sector, providing valuable CPD for all those engaged in compulsory purchase and land compensation work. If you do CPO work, this is a must attend event for technical knowledge, updates and networking.
London (11 July).