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FREE 3 hour CPD: Planning & Energy for Conveyancers

19th September 2014

ETSOS and Purple Legal Network are running  a FREE 3 point CPD event to be held near Blackpool on Thursday 20 November 2014 from 09:30 – 13:00.

Featuring speakers from industry leaders GroundSure and DevAssist, the event is a fantastic opportunity to explore issues that come up across England and Wales with a specific focus on the North West.

Who should attend: residential conveyancing solicitors, commercial property solicitors, partners and compliance managers

Please complete the booking form HERE and return to Belinda Butt, Darbys Solicitors LLP, Richmond House, Heath Road, Hale, Altrincham, Cheshire, WA14 2XP. For queries please contact Belinda on 0845 873 4267

  • 10:00 – 11:00
    • Trade Secrets: the impact of development on conveyancing
      • Paul Addison, Managing Director, DevAssist

Dev-Assist provide development risk/opportunity reports that go beyond the usual planning search by not only providing a useful insight into the local area and existing or historical planning applications, but also providing a professional opinion on what may happen in the future.

  • 11:15 – 13:00
    • Fracking
    • Flooding in the Fylde, the Lakes and beyond
      • Neil Wood, Account Manager, GroundSure

GroundSure have established themselves in the property search market as an innovative provider of environmental intelligence reports. Their environmental, flood, new energy and travel infrastructure reports form a major part of solicitor’s conveyancing diligence.

There will be an opportunity for those interested to remain for lunch and networking from 13:00 – 14:00

Venue: Ribby Hall Village
Ribby Road
Wrea Green
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