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Date: Monday, 18 September 2017
Time: 12.30 registration, 13:00 – 16.00 seminar
Venue: Clarke Willmott
CPD: 3 Hours CPD
Fees: member £99 + vat, non-member £115 + vat
Speaker: Richard Snape

Building regulations continues to be a major area in relation to conveyancing and planning permission has changed significantly in the recent years. The course aims to look at the changes.

Topics covered include:
• Building regulations enforcement periods
• The CML Lenders Handbook
• Specific current areas of interest in relation to building regulations
• Gas safe regulations changes
• Planning enforcement periods
• Changes to permitted development
• Community infrastructure levy; the latest
• General Permitted Development Order 2015
• Housing and Planning Act 2016

Richard Snape has worked as a Consultant and Professional Support Lawyer for Davitt Jones Bould Solicitors since 2002. He was formerly a senior lecturer in law at the University of West of England, Bristol, and was head of Land Law. He and has done numerous courses for local law societies all over the country, various public courses throughout England and Wales, in-house seminars within solicitors firms, and has also talked extensively to local authorities and central government bodies such as the Ministry of Defence, National Health Service and HM Revenue & Customs. He has also lectured within the Land Registry and has written various articles for the legal press. His areas of specialism include both commercial and residential property, in particular in relation to local government law, domestic conveyancing issues, development land, commercial property and incumbrances in relation to land.

18th September 2017 1:00 PM   through   4:30 PM
One Snowhill
Snow Hill Queensway
Birmingham, B4 6GH
United Kingdom
Member £ 118.80 (includes VAT of £ 19.80)
Non-member £ 138.00 (includes VAT of £ 23.00)

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