RICS Property professional update event

7th May 2015 - In association with RICS, this event is part of a series of three aimed at providing CPD and networking for surveyors and property professionals in the North Lincolnshire area.

Date: 07 May 2015

  • 08:30am registration
  • 09:00am start
  • 4.00pm finish

Includes networking and refreshments

Venue: Forest Pines Hotel & Golf Resort

(junction 4 off the M180)
Ermine Street,
Broughton,
North Lincolnshire, DN20 0AQ

Event one: Residential leasehold legal update:

9am - 11am

  • Section 5 Notices
  • Leasehold enfranchisement – Section 42 & section 45 Notices
  • Service charges including Section 20 Notices
  • Assured short-hold tenancies
  • Case study: Rent Act 1977 Secured Tenant – a bar to yielding up vacant possession

Speakers:

Rachel Garton - Partner - Commercial and Property Litigation
Sarah Coates Madden - Solicitor – Commercial and Property Litigation
Victoria Quinn - Partner - Commercial and Property Litigation

2 Hrs CPD

To Book or for more info:

Contact RICS: Ben Hamilton on 01636 677184 or email bhamilton@rics.org

Event Two: Capital Allowances in buildings

11.30am - 1.00pm

The second in a series of events throughout 7 May. This seminar will provide an informative update on Capital Allowances which will be of benefit to all types of property professionals.  Read more...

Speaker:

Ian Mayor -  Stuart Rivers Associates who works alongside Forester Boyd Accountants

1.5 Hrs CPD

Event Three: Compulsory Purchase law update

2pm - 4pm

The third in the series of events throughout 7 May features Barry Denyer-Green who will provide a fascinating and up-to-date look at compulsory purchase law.  Read more...

Speaker:

Barry Denyer-Green LLM PhD FRICS, Barrister at Falcon Chambers, London and a well-known authority on this area of law, lecturing at the Royal College of Estate Management and author of “Compulsory Purchase and Compensation".

2 Hrs CPD

To book or for more info:

Contact RICS: Ben Hamilton on 01636 677184 or email bhamilton@rics.org

Cost per seminar:

RICS Member: £20.00
Non member: £24.00
Student: £20.00
All prices inclusive of GST

 

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