Day to Day Risks in Commercial Property Transactions: FREE CPD Seminar

ETSOS and Groundsure present 2 free CPD seminars covering day to day risks in commercial property transactions.

9am registration finishes 2pm including free lunch buffet.

London
Date: 5th June 2014
Venue: The Law Society, 113 Chancery Lane, London WC2A 1PL (Directions here)
Time: 09:00 – 14:30
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Birmingham
Date: 18th June 2014
Venue: DeVere Colmore Gate, 6 Colmore Row, Birmingham, B3 2QD (Directions here)
Time: 09:00 – 14:30
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Topics Include: 

The Economist’s View: Alan Wilen, Economics Director, Glenigan: 

How will economic recovery drive investment over the next two years?
Will demand and investment for prime office and niche sectors be sustained?
How will the challenges facing UK retailers shape the demand for space? 
Environmental liability tactics in property transactions: Keith Davidson, Director, ELM Law and Head of Environmental PSL Team, Lexis Nexis/ Anita Lloyd, Senior Associate, Squire Sanders: 
Environmental liability issues when buying property
Round up of key environmental cases
Japanese knotweed & flooding – pressing concerns: Gary Miller, Head of Channel/ Neil Wood, Strategic Account Manager, GroundSure/Paul Beckett, Director, Phlorum
Flooding, insurability and commercial property risk
Understanding Japanese Knotweed and its impact on commercial transactions
Commercial planning & development -trade secrets: London only: Paul Addison, Managing Director, DevAssist
How safe are views?
Examples of Hidden Value
Advice to Clients
Development in the UK, incl National Planning Policy Framework update
Don’t be left with that sinking feeling – the CON29M – a mining area must: Birmingham Only: Simon Caunt, The Coal Authority
Questions and discussion
Rogues gallery — mining incidents
New ways to access our data
What we report on — and why
How we’ve recorded it
How coal is mined
Property Search Service – instability & environmental issues      
History of the Coal Authority — how it came into being
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