The CPA National Conference 2020 - Compulsory Purchase Association

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The CPA National Conference 2020










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When: Wednesday 25 November 2020, Monday 30 November 2020, Monday 7 December 2020
Location: Virtual Conference
Timings: Registration: 09.50, Start: 09.55; Close: 11.30
CPD Hours: Three Virtual Sessions, 1.30 Hours CPD
Price: £170 + VAT (Full Package) or £60 + VAT (per Session) (CPA Members: Full Package: £100 + VAT or £40 + VAT per session)
Compulsory purchase is a subject that is in the conscience of the general public like never before. More column inches have discussed compulsory purchase this year than any previous year, and the term is used and searched for on Twitter more than ever. As professionals working in the fields of compulsory purchase and compensation we face exciting and challenging times. Exciting, due to the unprecedented levels of work as a result of the increasing numbers of major projects and promoters realising how useful a tool compulsory purchase can be; and challenging because we face a shortage of practitioners and a seemingly endless struggle to persuade elements of the press, lobbyists and some politicians that the system can work effectively when acquiring authorities use powers responsibly.

In this year’s conference, we’ll be covering a diverse range of issues, with different sessions focusing on law, practice and market activity. It brings together members and non-members alike, attracting over 300 delegates last year.

We are happy to announce the below sponsors for the CPA National Conference 2020:

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Programme:
Funding Infrastructure Projects
How Funding Options Impact Compulsory Purchase
Practice Directions - What are the Rules for Taking Cases to the Upper Tribunal
Expert Witness Conduct
Taxing Issues in CPOs
Case Law Update
Land Assembly Case Study
Why is CPO so Important to Planners and Strategic Planning
The Public Sector Equality Duty and CPOs: A Practical Guide

To view the full, detailed programme, please click here
Speakers:
Rebecca Clutten, Francis Taylor Building; CPA Chair
Anna Hart, Transport for London
Charles Clarke, Transport for London Legal
Colin Cottage BSc (Hons) MRICS RICS Registered Valuer, Ardent
Barry Denyer-Green Hon RICS LLM PhD, Falcon Chambers
Hui Ling McCarthy QC, 11 New Square
Adrian Maher, aspireCP
Raj Gupta BA (Hons) CPE, Town Legal LLP
Becky Farr, Birmingham City Council
Victoria Hills MRTPI FICE, Royal Town Planning Institute
Caroline Daly, Francis Taylor Building

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