Thames Water Property Searches Commercial CPD: Register today to attend

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2 March 2018

Thames Water Property SearchesThames Water Property Searches are hosting a free informative and interactive legal Commercial CPD on Thursday 21 June at the Metro Bank Holborn in London.

The full day (9am until 4pm) event incorporates a range of topics from leading industry organisations and speakers including:

  • Jan Boothroyd – Authoritative Data, National Land Information Service (NLIS) and an update on Local Authority searches – Land Data
  • Paul Addison – How to avoid being sued for £2 million, providing an insightful talk about the planning system and how location and development risks can be exposed before purchase – DevAssist
  • Mark Taylor – Providing key information and details to inform internal decision making processes on which report best suits you as a firm, based upon the sensitivity of the transaction type, and the clients you provide services for – Argyll Environmental
  • Hannah Mackinlay – Afternoon workshop session focusing on Environmental considerations, Drainage and Water infrastructure, Easements and Highway robbery –

Register today to secure your place. Each CPD event is open to two fee earners per firm.

Our 2018 CPD event dates are:

Wednesday 19 September 2018 – Residential CPD – London

Thursday 15 November 2018 – Commercial CPD – London

Get in touch by calling us on 0845 070 9148 or emailing to register and secure your place.

Thames Water Property Searches

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