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Permitted Changes of Use Update 2022 (seminar)

Permitted Changes of Use Update 2022 (seminar)

$208.00

An essential update on permitted changes of use to mark the publication of the fourth edition of A Practical Guide to Permitted Changes of Use. 

Recording of seminar held on Thursday 5th May 2022. The authors of the fourth edition of A Practical Guide to Permitted Changes of Use bring you to speed with all the recent changes to permitted changes of use law and practice - the most radical shake-up of these provisions since permitted development rights for changes of use began to be significantly expanded from 2013 onwards.

Speakers

Chair: Lee Mallett, Director of Urbik Ltd, writer and urbanist, who helps developers, architects, and public sector agencies establish and communicate projects and business aims, usually with an urban regeneration focus.

Martin Goodall is a Solicitor with more than 40 years’ experience in planning law, and is the author of a very popular planning law blog (planninglawblog.blogspot.com).

Alistair Mills is a member of the bar. He practises in planning law from Landmark Chambers (London) and is a Fellow of Magdelene College, Cambridge and College Lecturer in Law.

David Evans is a Solicitor specialising in planning law, and a consultant with Keystone Law, London.

Event details

Recorded on Thursday 5 May 2022

How much

Recording + Book package: £165 + VAT: price includes free print and digital edition of A Practical Guide to Permitted Changes of Use (4th ed)

Recording only: £120 + VAT

Chair: Lee Mallett, Director of Urbik Ltd, writer and urbanist, who helps developers, architects, and public sector agencies establish and communicate projects and business aims, usually with an urban regeneration focus.

Martin Goodall is a Solicitor with more than 40 years’ experience in planning law, and is the author of a very popular planning law blog (planninglawblog.blogspot.com).

Alistair Mills is a member of the bar. He practises in planning law from Landmark Chambers (London) and is a Fellow of Magdelene College, Cambridge and College Lecturer in Law.

David Evans is a Solicitor specialising in planning law, and a consultant with Keystone Law, London.

Event details

Recorded on Thursday 5 May 2022

How much

Recording + Book package: £165 + VAT: price includes free print and digital edition of A Practical Guide to Permitted Changes of Use (4th ed)

Recording only: £120 + VAT

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