Trusts and trustees of rural property and land

Many rural estates and properties are held in trust. The responsibilities of a trustee are amongst the widest an individual can assume. The economic, environmental and social responsibility of a trustee is therefore vast. These responsibilities continue through thick or thin. It is therefore timely that the next session of the #RuBrief online rural CPD programme is about trusts and trustees in rural estate management and valuation, on Friday 24 April, 09.30 to 11.00 BST

As well as an update on the responsibilities of trustees we will also be looking at how trust administrators can keep ‘the show on the road’ during a time of lockdown, when trustees and their advisers may well be confined to the immediate vicinity of their homes.

Bookings via Eventbrite on this link:

#RuBrief uses the Cisco Webex Training platform which provides a reliable link even on limited internet connections, with plenty of opportunity for interaction with the presenter, producer and other delegates. It is understood that staff who are furloughed are still allowed to take part in training activities, and all #RuBrief online sessions may count as formal CPD (Continuing Professional Development) for RICS (Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors) purposes. We hope you can join us.

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