SearchFlow announces new ‘Your Area, Your Risk’ seminar dates

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17 May 2013


SearchFlow, the electronic conveyancing search provider, has announced the next 20 dates of its 2013 programme of CPD seminars.

Following the success of the initial 10 events in April 2013, SearchFlow has announced double the number of dates for seminars in June and July. SearchFlow aims to cover up to 80 local seminars throughout the year offering professional training and development for legal professionals in the residential property market across the UK.

The informal seminars will feature property industry experts from SearchFlow, Legal Eye, Landmark, GroundSure and DevAssist who will provide insights on local issues surrounding conveyancing, boundary plotting and practice risk management.

Each session is tailored to the region in which it is held and will identify key property search risks in the area, along with essential risk management and compliance updates for legal firms.

Topics to be addressed include:

  • Environmental risks due to contaminated land
  • Latest implications of flooding and client protection in respective regions
  • Essential updates on law firm compliance standards and the role of COLP
  • Looking through a developer’s eyes on risks and opportunities in your region
  • Avoiding delays and rejections through mapping accuracy

The sessions are free and all attendees will now receive 3 CPD points and the opportunity to network with other legal professionals in the residential market.

Marshall King, chief executive of SearchFlow, said: “The success of our first wave of seminars shows how important it is for conveyancers and property lawyers to understand the specific risks associated with property transactions in their local area.

“Each of our seminars is completely tailored to the region in which they are taking place and run by recognised industry experts. We’ve listened to feedback from our first wave of events and will now be offering 3 CPD points to all attendees regardless of whether they are a SearchFlow client or not. The popularity and intimate nature of the events means spaces are limited so we encourage people to book in advance.”

The dates and venues for the next ten seminars are:

Brighton

Hilton Brighton Metropole, Kings Road, Brighton, East Sussex, BN1 2FU

Tuesday 4th June 2013

Time: Registration from 08.00: Seminar 08.30 – 11.30

 

Swindon

Holiday Inn Express – Swindon West, Frankland Road, Blagrove, Swindon, SN5 8UD

Wednesday 5th June 2013

Time: Registration from 08.00: Seminar 08.30 – 11.30

 

Portsmouth

Portsmouth Marriott Hotel, Southampton Road, Portsmouth, PO6 4SH

Thursday 6th June 2013

Time: Registration from 08.00: Seminar 08.30 – 11.30

 

Croydon

Holiday Inn Express Croydon, 1 Priddy’s Yard, Croydon, Surrey, CRO 1TS

Tuesday 11th June 2013

Time: Registration from 08.00: Seminar 08.30 – 11.30

 

Nottingham

Hilton Nottingham, Milton Street, Nottingham, NG1 3PZ

Thursday 13th June 2013

Time: Registration from 08.00: Seminar 08.30 – 11.30

 

Chester

DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel & Spa Chester, Warrington Road, Hoole, Chester, CH2 3PD

Tuesday 18th June 2013

Time: Registration from 08.00: Seminar 08.30 – 11.30

 

Blackpool/Preston

Hilton Blackpool, North Promenade Blackpool, Lancashire FY1 2JQ

Wednesday 19th June 2013

Time: Registration from 08.00: Seminar 08.30 – 11.30

 

Cambridge

Holiday Inn Cambridge, Lakeview, Bridge Road, Impington, Cambridge, CB24 9PH

Thursday 20th June 2013

Time: Registration from 08.00: Seminar 08.30 – 11.30

 

Liverpool

Holiday Inn Liverpool City Centre, Lime Street, Liverpool, L1 1NQ

Tuesday 25th June 2013

Time: Registration from 08.00: Seminar 08.30 – 11.30

 

Durham/Middlesborough

Durham Marriott Hotel Royal County, Old Elvet, Durham, DH1 3JN

Wednesday 26th June 2013

Time: Registration from 08.00: Seminar 08.30 – 11.30

To register visit the seminar programme microsite or email seminars@searchflow.co.uk Lawyers should also visit the site and register for updates on additional seminars and venues throughout the rest of the summer.



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