Confronting Change - Virtual Realities, Climate Emergency and Life after Brexit...
The Planning & Environment Bar Association's National Conference will assess the latest
developments in planning and environmental law and assess policy and procedure
in key areas. The conference will
include papers from the judiciary, leading practitioners at the Bar and a
leading academic in European law from Oxford University.
London (27 June), Virtual (27 June).
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.
Birmingham (6 July), Virtual Seminar (6 July).
In Discussion On...
A new event format, where CPT identify' s a topic that is contentious, topical and significant to the commercial property world. The event is part interview and part informal chat with an informed colleague. Unlike most webinars, there are no slides and audiences will be able to chip in with questions or comments. It promises to be a valuable, informed debate that will dig into the nuances of the issues. It will be practical in its focus. Both the interviewer and interviewee are on top of the topic.
Virtual Seminar (14 July).
Transitional Relief for the Coming Revaluation
For the first time, Rating Talking Heads in July will be run as a hybrid event.
CPT in conjunction with the Rating Surveyors Association, invite you to join 'Talking Heads' at Mills & Reeve in London and stay for the networking reception after. You can also still join us virtually as per earlier events. The event will run as an informal discussion between a small panel of leading and informed practitioners extracting the nuances from this months topic: Transitional Relief for the Coming Revaluation. They will discuss practical issues that arise, with all participants being encouraged to listen, join in, ask questions and share comments.
London (12 July), Virtual Seminar (12 July).