leases are the foundation and essence of property management. Anyone who works
in this area needs to be familiar with what they say, what they mean, and how
to work them. In this course we explain the key commercial terms of a commercial lease, and
focus on the problems the attending delegates have encountered. It is ideal for administrators
who have not been trained in the nuances of property - administrators, PA's,
secretaries, accounts personnel, facilities managers, newly qualified and APC
Solihull (22 April), London (20 May).
The Electronic Communications Code contains powers for taking rights over land for the purposes of delivering telecommunications. It is generally muted that the code is exactly what the telecom industry wanted, and the legislation was passed with virtually no changes, despite substantial stakeholder proposed amendments. So why is it resulting in so many challenges, failures to agree; which is causing inertia in the roll out of the technology in the UK?
London (27 April).
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 and the Valuation Tribunal Service.
The conference in
its 20th year, is always popular – attracting over 300 practitioners. If
you are involved in rating work, this is the event that is said to be too
important to miss.
London (4 June).
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.
Solihull (17 June), London (9 July).