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Tuesday 15 December 2020 | 11:00am - 12:00pm
Cluttons is delighted to partner with The Association of Chief Estates Surveyors and Property Managers (ACES) and Edwin Coe to host a webinar on the Change of Use Class Order which will seek to understand the threats and opportunities to the public sector.
This summer has seen the biggest planning reforms for decades which have huge implications for investors, developers, landlords and tenants. The Government announced a series of intended permitted development right (PDR) amendments which follows the “upward extensions” PDR changes set out this summer for existing residential blocks.
The latest changes are around flexibility for commercial buildings, including rights for retail to be used as cafés or offices. These sit alongside the current office-to-resi right. In addition, permission will not be necessary to demolish and rebuild vacant and redundant residential and commercial buildings if they are rebuilt as homes.
Our webinar will bring together a panel of commercial and residential property experts including Neil Simon from Haringey Council and Vice Chair of the ACES London branch to explain and debate the new legislation, focusing on threats and associated opportunities facing public sector organisations.
If any public sector organisations would like to join this webinar please register here.
Please note that this event is only open to public sector organisations.
Wednesday 26 February | 08:30am - 10:00am | Portman House, 2 Portman Street, London W1H 6DU
The importance of holding accurate and up to date property data should not be underestimated. Data is the foundation upon which strategic decisions are made and timely access to accurate data is critical. Many charities are still maintaining their property records on spreadsheets or ‘off the shelf’ data packages which are not necessarily fit for purpose.
Our seminar will offer insights into how effective data management can inform key decision making that will improve operational performance and mitigate risk.
Following a presentation which will seek to address the below learning objectives, we will round off with a panel discussion where our guest speakers from Great Ormond Street Hospital and The Abbeyfield Society will talk through their experiences in managing charity property data.
To register for this event, please fill in the form below:
Weak supply coupled with strong demand means London’s digital connectivity stakeholders including developers, landlords, policy makers and occupiers must come together to collectively understand how we can meet the future needs of those living and working in the Capital.
This event will open with the results from our latest survey into digital connectivity and its monetary value to the built environment. Our expert panel will then debate how London can overcome barriers and improve its digital connectivity.
The panelists include:
Sara Kelly, Principal Policy Officer for Digital Connectivity, GLA
Philip Nell, Fund Director, La Salle Investment Management
Nick Clifford, Commercial leasing manager, Lendlease
John Gravett, Head of telecoms, Cluttons
Belinda Fawcett, General Counsel and Director of Property & Estates, CTIL
08:30: Registration and breakfast
09:00: Keynote: Policy addressing digital connectivity challenges for London
09:15: Results of Cluttons London digital connectivity survey
09:30: Panel discussion: How to future proof London’s digital connectivity?
10:00: Refreshments and networking