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CPA Wales Regional Meeting                        
Monday 10th November 2014

The CPA invite members and non members interested in CPO and compensation work to the Welsh annual CPO update and drinks reception.  

The event will appeal to many professions - planners, solicitors, barristers, surveyors and accountants; whether from private practice, public authorities or government agencies.



Content;

CPA Chairman’s update
Meyric Lewis, (Francis Taylor Building, CPA Chairman from CPA AGM 2014)

Wales (Planning) Bill
Neil Denison, Director, Turley

Selected hot topics in compensation

Hugh Phillips, Partner, Knight Frank

A protocol for statutory undertakers and acquiring authorities?

Huw Williams, Partner, Geldards

Compulsory acquisition under the DCO/NSIP regime

Julian Boswall, Partner, Burges Salmon LLP

Focus

This is a networking and CPD event for those interested in CPO matters

Date

Monday 10th November 2014

Time

Registration 16.00.  Start 16.30 - will finish at 18.30.

Venue - map

Geldards, Dumfries House, Dumfries Place, Cardiff, CF10 3ZF

Refreshments

Wine and Canapés will follow the CPD event

Attire

Business Attair

Cost

Free for members and non members
Please use the discount code CPAWA.

Thanks are extended to Geldards for hosting the event.

The CPA is an organisation created to bring together and channel the wealth of expertise in the subject of Compulsory Purchase and Compensation,  to promote this  important area  of work and to foster a basis for best practice. In doing so it not only provides a sounding board for change in this sphere but makes comment and provides recommendations relating to relevant Law Commission, government department and other Reports and existing /proposed Legislation. As an important adjunct it promotes training  initiatives  together  with  opportunities  for  those  in  CPO  professions  to  network  and  share experience  and  knowledge.  It is a fully independent and self funded organisation.


 


 
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