Day to day risks in commercial property transactions – free CPD seminar

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21 May 2014


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ETSOS and Groundsure seminars are being held in London and Birmingham

ETSOS and Groundsure present 2 free CPD seminars covering day to day risks in commercial property transactions.

9am registration finishes 2pm including free lunch buffet.

London
Date
: 5th June 2014
Venue: The Law Society, 113 Chancery Lane, London WC2A 1PL (Directions here)
Time: 09:00 – 14:30

FOR YOUR FREE TICKET FOR LONDON CLICK HERE

Birmingham
Date
: 18th June 2014
Venue: DeVere Colmore Gate, 6 Colmore Row, Birmingham, B3 2QD (Directions here)
Time: 09:00 – 14:30

FOR YOUR FREE TICKET FOR BIRMINGHAM CLICK HERE

Topics Include:

The Economist’s ViewAlan Wilen, Economics Director, Glenigan:

  • How will economic recovery drive investment over the next two years?
  • Will demand and investment for prime office and niche sectors be sustained?
  • How will the challenges facing UK retailers shape the demand for space?

Environmental liability tactics in property transactionsKeith Davidson, Director, ELM Law and Head of Environmental PSL Team, Lexis Nexis/ Anita Lloyd, Senior Associate, Squire Sanders:

  • Environmental liability issues when buying property
  • Round up of key environmental cases

Japanese knotweed & flooding – pressing concernsGary Miller, Head of Channel/ Neil Wood, Strategic Account Manager, GroundSure/Paul Beckett, Director, Phlorum

  • Flooding, insurability and commercial property risk
  • Understanding Japanese Knotweed and its impact on commercial transactions

Commercial planning & development -trade secrets: London only: Paul Addison, Managing Director, DevAssist

  • How safe are views?
  • Examples of Hidden Value
  • Advice to Clients
  • Development in the UK, incl National Planning Policy Framework update

Don’t be left with that sinking feeling – the CON29M – a mining area must: Birmingham Only: Simon Caunt, The Coal Authority

  • Questions and discussion
  • Rogues gallery – mining incidents
  • New ways to access our data
  • What we report on – and why
  • How we’ve recorded it
  • How coal is mined
  • Property Search Service – instability & environmental issues
  • History of the Coal Authority – how it came into being

For more information please contact Paul Coombes on 01524 220001 or by email at pcoombes@etsos.co.uk



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