The CPA Scotland National Conference 2021 - Compulsory Purchase Association

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The CPA Scotland National Conference 2021








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Date of Recorded Event: Tuesday 26 October 2021
CPD Hours: 2 Hours per session, 4 Hours in total
Module Duration: Please See Below
Price: £70 + VAT, per session
The theme for this conference is the effective use of compulsory purchase to assist in the delivery of public infrastructure projects. The provision of such projects has been with us for over 150 years now and the need to deliver the infrastructure that a modern Scotland requires and indeed demands, has never been greater. The successful and timely delivery of public infrastructure projects are needed to help secure that our economy can fully and quickly recover from the severe adverse effects of the Covid pandemic, as well as ensuring that citizens throughout Scotland are able to enjoy these social and community benefits.


Morning Sessions:
Duration: 2 Hours, 20 Minutes

Watch the morning sessions of The CPA Scotland National Conference 2021. In this recording you will hear the Keynote Address, plus sessions covering "Scottish Government Update", "Early Engagement", "ADR for Disputed Compensation Claims" and "CPO Collaboration".
Programme:
Welcome and Introduction from the SCPA Chair
Keynote Address
Scottish Government Update
Early Engagement
    ADR for Disputed Compensation Claims
    CPO Collaboration
    Speakers:
    Keith Petrie, CPA Scotland Chair; FG Burnett
    Tom Arthur, The Scottish Minister for Public Finance
    Tom Winter, Scottish Government
    Archie Rintoul, RICS Scotland
    Karen Hamilton, Brodies LLP
    Dougie Bowers, Valuation Office Agency


    Afternoon Sessions:
    Duration: 1 Hours, 32 Minutes

    In the afternoon sessions of The CPA Scotland National Conference 2021, we cover "Telecoms Update", "Community Empowerment" and a "Wrap-Up Session".
    Programme:
    Telecoms Update
    Community Empowerment
    Wrap-Up Session
    Speakers:
    Ian Thornton-Kemsley, Strutt & Parker; Thornton Estates
    Rob McIntosh, Aberdeenshire Council
    Elaine Farquharson-Black, CPA Scotland Vice Chair; Brodies LLP

    Keith Petrie, CPA Scotland Chair; FG Burnett
    Tom Winter, Scottish Government
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