The CPA's Annual Law Reform Lecture 2021 - Compulsory Purchase Association

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The CPA's Annual Law Reform Lecture 2021

When: Thursday 25 March 2021
Location: Virtual Forum
Timings: Registration: 15.55, Start: 16.00; Close: 17.20
CPD Hours: 1.20 Hours
Price: £30 + VAT for CPA Members when using discount code in marketing email (£40 + VAT for Non Members)
Prices will rise from 22/02/21 to £35 + VAT for CPA Members (£50 + VAT for Non Members)
The Compulsory Purchase Association invite you to attend this virtual event. It has been 9 years since changes to how Certificates of Appropriate Alternative Development (CAADs) were brought in by the Localism Act 2011. How have those changes worked? What has gone well? What could be improved? With a run of recent cases in the last couple of years on CAADs in the Upper Tribunal, this year’s lecture will look at what we can learn from those and examine the current process to consider if it is producing an efficient and effective outcome in determining alternative appropriate development.

  • Charles Clarke, Transport for London Legal, CPA Vice Chair
  • Tim Mould QC, Landmark Chambers
  • Andrew Trott FRICS, Upper Tribunal Member
  • Mike Kiely, Chair of the Planning Officers Society
  • Raj Gupta, Town Legal
  • Kirk Macdiarmid, Savills

Welcome and Introduction from The CPA's Vice Chair, Charles Clarke
Presentation from Tim Mould QC
Panel Debate with Question from the Chair and Audience
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