The CPA National Conference 2023

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On Demand:
The CPA National Conference 2023

Date of Recorded Event: Wednesday 5th July 2023
CPD Hours: 5 Hours
Module Duration: 4 Hours 45 Minutes
Price: £290 + VAT
The Compulsory Purchase Association's National Conference briefs all who work with compulsory purchase and compensation, covering a diverse range of issues and topics within the sector, providing valuable CPD. It is the premier event in the CPO calendar, with a pre-eminent programme and set of speakers. If you do CPO work this is a must watch on demand event for technical knowledge and updates.

Reforms and An Agenda For Change
  • Keynote: The review and consolidation of the law on compulsory purchase procedure and land compensation
  • Review and Debate: The Reforms contained in the Levelling Up and Regeneration Bill. Where are we now?
  • Affected Parties and Mental Health

Changing our World - As Opposed to Changing CPOs
  • Diversity and Inclusion - resourcing the future
  • What can the CPA do for you?

Practical Matters
  • Claim forms:
  1. Expectations and challenges at initial claim stage for Acquiring Authorities and Claimants;
  2. Key details of the claimant/claim required in the claim form (inc. good example of claim);
  3. Duty of the Acquiring Authority to treat Claimants fairly and explain expectations when bringing a claim;
  4. Process of assessment of a claim for compensation; and
  5. Outcome of survey and future role of the Model Claim Form
  • The revised RICS Professional Statement
  • The relevance of planning policy and local plans in the determination of CPO Compensation
  • What the UK can learn on land assembly, valuation, and compensation from down under
  • Case Law Update

Round up of the Day

Henry Church, CPA Chair; CBRE
Nicholas Paines KC, Public Law Commissioner
Lucy Thomas, Pinsent Masons
Raj Gupta, Town Legal LLP
David Baker, Baker Rose Consulting LLP
David Holland, Vice Chair of the CPA; Squire Patton Boggs (UK) LLP
Kathryn Jump, Shoosmiths LLP
Judi Greenwood, Regeneration Brainery

Benita Nsiah, Regeneration Brainery
Megan Hembrow, Tideway
Liz Neate, Deloitte
Beth Casey, Squire Patton Boggs (UK) LLP
Paul Astbury, Carter Jonas LLP
David Elvin KC, Landmark Chambers
Debbie Reynolds, TLT LLP
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