The CPA Wales National Conference 2020 - Compulsory Purchase Association

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On Demand:
The CPA Wales National Conference 2020








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Date of Recorded Event: Tuesday 13 October 2020, Wednesday 21 October 2020
CPD Hours: Two Virtual Sessions, 2 Hours CPD each
Module Duration: Please See Below
Price: £55 + VAT, per session
Land and a planning strategy are the core ingredients for regeneration, renewal or urban infrastructure and the creation of modern, successful and sustainable living. The conference theme is how CPO fits into the emerging Welsh planning framework and planning agendas. The Compulsory Purchase Association, with over 850 members, has a dedicated Welsh National Committee, and is actively engaged with Welsh Government and the CPA national CPO agendas. They invite you to join this dedicated Welsh CPA Conference

Who Should Watch:
  • Local Planning authorities should be seeking to send representatives from their estates, planning legal and regeneration teams.
  • Private practice, who are apt at doing deals, providing professional support for promoters and claimants alike, whether as surveyor, negotiator, planner, accountant or lawyer.  


Session 1:
Duration: 2 Hours, 6 Minutes
Programme:
Welcome and Introduction from the CPA Wales Chairman
Current Property Market Conditions in Wales and Their Impact on Valuations
Devolution Picture for CPO and Planning Post 2017
Keynote: Compulsory Purchase in Wales
Case Law Update
Question and Answers
Speakers:
Gary Soloman, Burges Salmon LLP
Elizabeth Hill, Cooke & Arkwright
Huw Williams, Senedd Cymru
Julie James MS, Minister for Housing and Local Government
Annabel Graham Paul, Francis Taylor Building

Session 2:
Duration: 2 Hours, 16 Minutes
Programme:
Welcome and Introduction from the Conference Chairman
Case Study: Road Schemes: A5025
Compensation in Practice: Getting it Right First Time: Tips and Traps
Streamlining Priorities for the Welsh Government
Question and Answers
Speakers:
Gary Soloman, Burges Salmon LLP
Alex Minhinick, Burges Salmon LLP
Keith Murray, Keith Murray Consultants
Richard Lloyd, Eversheds Sutherland LLP
Andrew Ward, Welsh Government

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