Groundsure announce webinars for conveyancers

Groundsure have announced a set of webinars for conveyancers starting this week.

The three webinars cover Japanese Knotweed, energy infrastructure projects like fracking and wind farms and utility searches. The webinars begin tomorrow.

Japanese knotweed – could this growing problem affect your client’s purchase?
Date:
Tuesday 8th March
Time:
10:00
Register for the webinar

In this webinar we will cover the impacts Japanese knotweed can cause on commercial properties. This session will cover:
• The history of the species
• Legislation:
– Wildlife and Countryside Act 1981
– Environmental Protection Act 1990
– The Anti-social Behaviour, Crime and Policing Act 2014
• Impacts on property
• CML and ABI views
• Identifying and treating knotweed
• Case studies
• FAQs 

Energy – are your clients aware of the potential risks?
Date:
Thursday 10th March
Time:
12:00
Register for the webinar

In this webinar we will cover the potential risks energy can pose for your client’s commercial property transaction. This will include:
• Fracking and other onshore extraction
– Lessons from the US
– Legal position including the Infrastructure Bill 2015
– Trespass Law and recent changes
– 2015 updates including details of where fracking can and cannot take place
– Potential implications
• Wind farms, solar farms and major energy infrastructure projects 

The importance of undertaking utility searches
Date: Thursday 31st March 2016
Time: 14:00
Register for the webinar 

This webinar is delivered by utility management industry expert Jeremy Haigh, Director at Premier Energy. The session will cover the importance of utility searches when developing/re-developing or purchasing a property/site and will include:
• The utility service market
• Rules and Regulations
• Case Studies and Examples
• Utility search reports
• Q & A

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