3rd Annual (2019)

Compulsory Purchase for Regeneration and Development

January 0001

3rd Annual (2019)

Compulsory Purchase for Regeneration and Development

A comprehensive guide to navigating the compulsory purchase process and de-risking land acquisition
January 0001 Gowling WLG, London
Lead by industry experts, this event will provide comprehensive insight into the CPO process, ensuring successful land acquisition without delays and at lower costs. Attend to receive the latest guidance and advice from compulsory purchase professionals on topics including engagement, mediation and land referencing, which will mitigate costs, delays and risk. The day will also equip you with the most recent information to enable the swift proceedings of the compensation process.

Highlights of attending:


  • Receive comprehensive insight on navigating the compulsory purchase process from start to finish
  • Learn about early engagement and its importance in reducing delays and accelerating the compensation process
  • Explore the benefits of mediation in resolving conflicts when they arise quickly and without setbacks
  • Discover the most common challenges within the compensation process and how to overcome them
  • Understand what to expect and how to prepare for a public inquiry
  • Hear about key case studies regarding compensation agreements and the valuable lessons learned from them

Just some of the key organisations that have attended previously:

Barton Wilmore
Blackpool Council
BNP Paribas Real Estate
Burges Salmon
Carter Jones
Catalyst Housing
Deloitte Real Estate
ESI Consulting
First Base
Francis Taylor Building
Gateley Hamer

Greater London Authority
Havant Borough Council
Homes England
London Borough of Bexley
London Borough of Bromley
Milton Keynes Council
Mount Anvil
New Masterplanning
Packington Estate Enterprises

Plymouth Council
Rivington Land
Roger Hannah
Seaward Properties
Southampton City Council
Stafford Borough Council
Thurrock Council
Transport for London
U+I Group
Wakefield Council
Wandsworth Borough Council
West Lindsey District Council

Register more than one attendee and receive a 15% discount

Carter Jonas deliver insight on ways to diminish delays, avoid the common pitfalls and reduce the costs of the compulsory purchase process

Simon Mole, partner at Carter Jonas, gives his advice on reducing compulsory purchase delays, avoiding common pitfalls and reducing costs

Sawyer Fielding deliver their advice to those beginning the land acquisition process

Ahead of Compulsory Purchase for Regeneration and Development on May 8th in London, we asked Dan Knowles, Director at Sawyer Fielding, for his advice on reducing compulsory purchase delays, avoiding common pitfalls and reducing costs.

Very comprehensive, engaging and informative. Good balance of speakers by gender, experience and specialism.

Why should I attend?

Guided by industry leading specialists, this conference will provide you with thorough guidance and insight on successful land acquisition for regeneration and development schemes and how to ensure projects are on time and with reduced risks.

The conference will discuss the most pressing issues which are affecting the sector, including compensation, landowner engagement and how to prepare for a public inquiry. It will be your ‘go-to’ guide to get you through the land acquisition process from start to finish.

Who will I meet?

  • Local authorities
  • Compulsory purchase professionals
  • Consultants
  • Developers
  • Surveyors
  • Planners
  • Area managers
  • Programme directors

Overall a great summing up of the complexities and issues surrounding compulsory purchase.

Interested in sponsoring?

To find out more about sponsoring Compulsory Purchase For Regeneration and Development 2019, please click on the link below.


Gowling WLG

Media partners

A very thorough overview of the key elements of the CPO process from start to finish.