Upcoming Events in September 2019

 

 

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RICS & SPAB Building Conservation Summer School 2019

Gloucestershire 15 September - 19 September 2019

30 hours formal CPD

One in five buildings in the UK date from before 1914, meaning that surveyors of all disciplines are more than likely to encounter such buildings as part of their daily work.  Advising clients on traditional and listed buildings can no longer be dismissed as a niche area but is instead becoming a part of surveyors’ mainstream practice.  It is essential therefore that you fully understand building conservation and surveying techniques for historic and listed properties to allow you to meet the demands of his changing market and ensure you are able to operate with due care and diligence.

Now in its 16th year, this unique hands on programme, designed by the RICS Building Conservation Forum in conjunction with the Society for the Protection of Ancient Buildings (SPAB), gives attendees a vital introduction to building conservation, with a view to ensuring that those that conserve our nation’s heritage will have the necessary skills, knowledge and understanding to ensure its protection.

Spanning five days, this event aims to reinforce undergraduate and graduate training in traditional buildings, construction techniques and materials, as well as support new surveyors and other specialists in this field.  The course also provides essential continuing professional development (CPD) opportunities for qualified members. 

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RICS Dilapidations Forum Annual Conference 2019

London 19 September 2019

5.5 hours formal CPD

Chaired by Chris Sullivan from Malcom Hollis, this event showcases leading experts in the field debating and discussing the latest technical, valuation and legal issues in Dilapidations. It will provide you with a unique opportunity for you to understand legal essentials, refresh your practical knowledge and understand dilapidations from various jurisdictions and sectors.

This year’s breakout sessions once again offer delegates the chance to tailor their agenda to best suit their specific areas of interest, with a choice of content focussed on either mechanical and engineering or dilapidations valuations.  

Your feedback from last year suggested more panel debates, so we have included three debates, as well as numerous sessions providing both the legal and surveying perspectives on a topic.

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RICS Rural Conference, Hexham

Hexham 16 October 2019

5 hours formal CPD

A key discussion for this year will be on one of the government’s proposals – Public money for public goods – and how this new mechanism for land management would work in practice. Other sessions will include crucial legal updates such as the Electronic Communications Code and implications for landowners and mobile operators, rural planning and an update on permitted development rights amongst others.

Attend this conference to benefit from the high-level discussions, as well as ample networking opportunities with your peers in the industry.

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CPD Day, Southampton

Southampton 16 October 2019

6 hours formal CPD

Join us at a new venue, The Ageas Bowl Hilton Hotel, to enhance your capabilities and knowledge around today’s ever-changing market trends, legislation, and technical guidance. 

Learn from leading industry professionals and take away practical solutions which can be implemented into your daily practice - benefiting both your business and personal professional development. 

Everyone has different topics they are interested in, which is why this conference offers a choice of 18 breakout sessions to allow you to tailor the day specifically to your personal CPD needs.

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RICS Rural Conference, Preston

Preston 21 November 2019

5 hours formal CPD

A key discussion for this year will be on one of the government’s proposal – Public money for public goods – and how this new mechanism for land management would work in practice. Other sessions will include crucial legal updates such as the Electronic Communications Code and implications for landowners and mobile operators, rural planning and an update on permitted development rights amongst others.

Attend this conference to benefit from these high-level discussions, as well as ample networking opportunities with your peers in the industry.

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