Two forthcoming events at Harper Adams University, Shropshire should be of great interest to practising rural surveyors, valuers and other rural land managers. The first event sees us joined by Barry Denyer Green of Falcon Chambers for a question-time event on compulsory purchase. The second is a new rural research conference being hosted at Harper Adams for the first time.
COMPULSORY PURCHASE QUESTION TIME WITH AN EXPERT PANEL: 9 MARCH 2018
- Barry Denyer Green of Falcon Chambers
- Roger Bedson of Hinson Parry
- Philip Meade of Davis Meade Property Consultants
- Charles Cowap, Harper Adams University (chairman)
When? Friday 9 March, buffet lunch 12.45 for 13.15, followed by Question Time event at 14.00 to 15.15 and followed by tea and biscuits
Who? Renowned authority, barrister Barry Denyer-Green PhD HonRICS, HS2 Petitioner and Regional Compulsory Purchase Association organiser Roger Bedson FRICS FAAV, Partner in Hinson Parry and Philip Meade FRICS ACIarb RICS Dispute Resolution Standards chair and highly experienced arbitrator
What? A question-time style session with our distinguished panel looking at the current state of compulsory purchase. After a few opening remarks from each panel member we will throw the discussion open to the floor. We invite you to send your questions in beforehand, but we will also be able to take some questions on the day as well, by email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Where? Harper Adams University, near Edgmond, Newport, Shropshire TF10 8NB. Look out for the parking signs on the day.
Why? A unique opportunity to discuss the current state of our compulsory purchase code with leading authorities on the subject, and to network with fellow professionals with shared interests in this work.
How? Book and pay on the Harper Adams website at this link (or download a booking form from the same link) Cost £45+VAT (£54 including VAT) including lunch, parking and all refreshments.
RURAL RESEARCH CONFERENCE 18 APRIL 2018
This year’s programme covers a wide range of topics including Farm tenancies, valuation, compulsory purchase, energy, health and safety, agricultural property relief, natural capital, professional negligence and others, all adding up to 6.5 hours CPD. Latest information on the programme and booking details available on the Harper Adams website at this link.
And not forgetting the next in the Online Seminar Series with Syncskills if you prefer to update your CPD from the comfort of your office or home. Next topic covers the role of trusts and trustees in the management of rural estates. Between these three events you could easily cover all your CPD requirements for the year, efficiently and cost-effectively.