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The 3rd Young CPA -  Training & Drinks Event
Tuesday 25th November 2014

This is the third of the Young CPA's training events.
The event will focus on  some recent case studies emerging from the ongoing acquisition of land for HS2. We are fortunate to have the following speakers:
- Christopher Selway FRICS, Head of Compulsory Purchase and Infrastructure, BNP Paribas Real Estate.
- Chris Clements  FCA MCRIArb, Head of Forensic and Investigation, Grant Thornton.

Having worked together on a number of cases over the years, the event will focus on the interdisciplinary nature of Compensation Assessment, drawing on recent experiences dealing with claimants affected by HS2.

The Young CPA is a group recently set up as part of the Compulsory Purchase Association to promote training and networking opportunities for junior members of the profession.

The event is only for those who meet the Young CPA criteria – being 35 years old or less  or having less than 10 years post qualification experience.  Should you not meet this criteria, but know of someone who does,  please pass this link to them.

The event is free to members of the Compulsory Purchase Association. Non- members may attend at a charge of £20 + VAT.


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


Tuesday 25 November 2014


Registration 17.30.  Start 18.00 - will finish at 19.30.

Venue - map

5 Aldermanbury Square, London, EC2V 7BP


Wine and Canapés will follow the CPD event


Business Suits


Free for CPA Members; £20 +VAT for non members.
Members will receive an email with the discount code.

The CPA wishes to acknowledge BNP Paribas Real Estate for their premises and hospitality.  

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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