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Rating Question Time 2019

London

We have a panel of leading practitioners to answer questions from the audience on a number of topical rating issues. This event will be followed by drinks and canapés to give time for valuable networking.

London (17 January).

2½ CPD
hours
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CPO Valuation Seminar and Workshop

Valuing land and property for compulsory purchase compensation is a step into a hypothetical world – where land is taken, where some land is taken and no land taken, with its own language and terms - severance and injurious affection - with potential for ransom, and planning assumptions; and its own set of case law dictating what valuers are to do.  Valuers are increasingly expected to get their valuation right first time.  This is a thorough review of the valuation best practice and the underlying methodologies in respect of compulsory purchase and its compensation.

Birmingham (5 March), London (4 April), Manchester (22 May).

5½ CPD
hours
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Navigating and Resolving Rating Disputes in the Valuation and Upper Tribunals

This is a comprehensive review of the procedures, skills and expectations for those that take rating disputes to the Valuation or Upper Tribunal (Lands Chamber). Understanding the tribunal procedures, adhering to the duties and expectations of an expert, and the impact of Gardiner Theobald LLP v. Jackson (VO) 2018 are key reasons to attend.  

London (14 March), Wakefield (21 March).

5 CPD
hours
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Rating Question Time Leeds 2019

For the 6th year in Leeds, we have a panel of leading practitioners to answer questions from the audience on a number of topical rating issues. Questions and topics will come from the chair, Andrew Hetherton, the panel and the audience.

Leeds (25 April).

2 CPD
hours
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The 19th National Rating Day

The National Rating Day has become a tradition in the rating world where practitioners attend to be updated on current topics, network and contribute to help shape changes for the future.  Speakers represent the private sector, the Valuation Office Agency (VOA) and the Valuation Tribunal Service (VTS).

The conference is always popular – attracting over 300 practitioners. If you are involved in rating work, this is the event that is too important to miss. 

London (13 June).

6 CPD
hours
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