1st Annual (2017)

Compulsory Purchase Masterclass

Thursday 25 May 2017

1st Annual (2017)

Compulsory Purchase Masterclass

De-risking, reducing costs and increasing certainty for land assembly, for regeneration and development
Thursday 25 May 2017 Pinsent Masons, London
Starting early, and beginning planning and negotiations in the right way, can help reduce both risk and costs when conducting land assembly and compulsory purchase. This masterclass will explore how to conduct compulsory purchase for new developments and regeneration schemes, providing practical guidance and expert advice to help you with your project.

Ensure you attend to:

  • Get an update on changing legislation so you are aware of how this can affect different projects at different stages
  • Find out more about land referencing and identifying land rights
  • Hear practical guidance from compulsory purchase experts to help with your land assembly
  • Understand what objections can be made and how these are tested

Find out more: 

4 experts offer crucial advice on compulsory purchase  (Article by Glenny, Francis Taylor Building, GVA and Savills.)

Who should attend:

  • Local authorities
  • Developers
  • Planning lawyers
  • Surveyors
  • Planning and regeneration experts

Register now to SAVE £50 - online, by email  or by calling 0207 067 1597

Very experienced and interesting speakers and large number of attendees means a great deal of knowledge in the room. Extremely good conference.

What will you learn?

Understanding how land acquisition fits with the rest of your development is an essential element in getting it right. Attend to hear detailed guidance on the different aspects of compulsory purchase from exploring how to demonstrate a compelling case for your project and the use of indemnity agreements, to conducting stakeholder engagement and establishing land value and project costs.

Who will be speaking?

Hear from key compulsory purchase professionals from Savills, BNP Paribas, CBRE, GVA, Pinsent Masons and more.


30 Crown Place