For CPD events for property professionals across the Chilterns and Thames Valley

Planning law update

Maidenhead Golf Club, Maidenhead SL6 2PZ

On Wednesday, 5 December 2018, we'll be holding our regular planning law update with Tony Bowhill FRICS FRTPI, a planning consultant with a wealth of knowledge and an eye for highlighting the salient points in planning legislation and case law.

This year's topics will include:

•    Planning Policy Guidance - the new regime
•    Housing need - all you need from government 
•    Local plans – are they helping or hindering housing land supply?
•    Neighbourhood plans – do they fulfil a useful purpose?
•    Barns into residential – new rules and pitfalls
•    Office into residential -  RICS report unveiled more "poor quality housing", etc.
•    Enforcement – swift response.

As always, there will be the opportunity to pose questions during the presentation and for a general interaction on the latest planning law.

Annual property legal seminar with B P Collins

Gerrards Cross, Buckinghamshire SL9 8EL

This year's breakfast property seminar with B P Collins solicitors will take place on Thursday, 29 November 2018.  The focus will be on mixed-use properties.

Book your place today at www.bpcollins.co.uk

The topics and speakers include:

  • Property development rights affecting the high street (Mark Schmull, Arrow Planning)
  • "Quiet, please!"  The relationship between the landlord's covenant for quiet enjoyment and its right to develop (Phil Hind, property litigation senior associate, B P Collins)
  • Management of mixed-use developments (Maria Mowberry, commercial property partner, B P Collins)
  • Section 5 notices:  the tenant's right of first refusal (Elliott Brookes, property litigation solicitor, B P Collins).

About us

3CPD provides cost-effective continuing professional development (CPD) for chartered surveyors and others working in the property industry, primarily in the region covered by Berkshire, Buckinghamshire and Oxfordshire. This is achieved by organising events throughout the year, during the day and evenings, covering the latest developments in law and practice across the main property disciplines.