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COMMUNITY ASSET TRANSFER - What You Need to Know

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Everyday Conferencing Wimbledon

30 Queen's Road

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KVA, together with our CVS partners in Merton, Sutton, Richmond, Croydon and Bromley, is working in partnership with the UK’s leading property advice charity, The Ethical Property Foundation, to offer you this free property workshop.

You will work with real life case studies from other community organisations and learn:

  • Trustee responsibility in relation to Community Asset Transfer

  • How to ensure that the Community Asset is a benefit and not a liability to your organisation

  • To understand the 5 key stages of Community Asset Transfer

  • About different types of property ownership – freehold v lease and licence

  • To recognise and manage risks involved in Community Asset Transfer

  • How to implement effective property management

1.30 – 3.30 Confidential 1:1 Advice Clinic

Book your 40-minute slot at the confidential advice clinic. First come, first served

TRAINER: Ian Parker, Senior Property Adviser, has over 25 years of regeneration and planning experience with the public, private and third sectors. With a background in property development, planning and economic development. Ian has worked at senior management level in local government and the commercial sector with major national programme and project management practice in regeneration partnerships focused on health, housing, environment, and further education. Ian has committed his recent career to the charity sector and is a Chair of Trustees for an award winning environmental education charity in London and is a fellow of the Royal Society of Arts (FRSA).

This event is part of the National Programme for Property Education 2017-19 www.ethicalproperty.org.uk/nppe

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