RECAP 2019 - The Surveyor in Court and Rural Planning

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Roman Way Hotel

Watling Street

Cannock

WS11 1SH

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We are pleased to announce we are relocating our events to The Roman Way Hotel in Cannock. A short distance from our last venue, with improved facilities and excellent motorway and road networks.

Please make yourselves familiar with the venue location—we don’t want you to miss out!

New Venue: The Roman Way Hotel, Watling Street, Cannock, Staffordshire, WS11 1SH


The unique series of evening seminars provides an invaluable opportunity to explore key current rural topics for 2019. This is a series of five consecutive Monday evenings which can be attended individually, or as a series. Full attendance can give 15 hours or more CPD / Lifelong Learning and provides an excellent networking opportunity.

The lectures are organised by SURVEYORS RECAP LTD, which is a non-profit making company aiming to broaden the knowledge of fellow rural professionals. The lectures will be of particular benefit for RICS and CAAV members and are suitable for professionals of all levels of experience. We also extend a warm welcome to farmers, lawyers, accountants, farm secretaries and other rural practitioners.



Monday 16th September 2019

The Surveyor in Court and Rural Planning

Chair Carrie de Silva, Principle Lecturer, Harper Adams

Douglas Readings, Barrister
Subject
How to Brief Counsel and the Small Claims Court—All you need to know.
- An introduction to the privilege of professional access to barristers for RICS members
- What does counsel need?
- Drafting the brief
- Duties of the instructing surveyor

Light relief from Roger Stone, joint founder of Surveyors RECAP

continued... - What is the small claims court and how to use it

Jonathan Jenkins, Senior Director, Planning Design
Subject Recent Changes to Planning Policy Affecting Development in the Rural Environment.
- Changes in Permitted Development
- Changes of use :Class P, Class Q and Class R
- General Permitted Development Order Part 6
- Delivering a net gain for biodiversity
- The strengthening of neighbourhood plans
- Affordable housing
- Possible changes in legislation due to climate change.

Evening format

5.00—5.30pm Tea or coffee with biscuits on arrival

5.30—7.00pm First session

7.00—7.30 Hot supper—with bar available

7.30—9.00pm Second session—bar available afterwards in hotel

Cost

£30 per evening or

£130 for anybody booking all 5 evenings prior to 25th August 2019

Price includes tea/coffee and biscuits on arrival and supper.

If you have booked and find you cannot be present, you can pass your booking to another person in your office or fellow colleague. For late bookings please do not hesitate to contact us. We can accept a limited number of late bookings at short notice but need to confirm catering numbers a few days before each evening.

Any queries or questions to:

Shirley Hidderley or Jen Stock

Surveyors RECAP Ltd, c/o Hidderley’s Farm Bookkeeping, Yeld Bank Farm, Knightley, Staffordshire, ST20 0JU

Tel: 07976 797858

Email: events@surveyorsrecap.co.uk

www.surveyorsrecap.co.uk

Date and Time

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Roman Way Hotel

Watling Street

Cannock

WS11 1SH

United Kingdom

View Map

Refund Policy

No Refunds

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