Compulsory Purchase of Farmland and Other Rural Assets - 2 Parts
3.0 Hours Formal CPD
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Infrastructure is becoming ever more present as population and technology increases. With the effect on rural assets such as farmland this can be a controversial topic. Gain the necessary knowledge and practice to negotiate, and ensure that your client receives the best value for their land and business.
Our expert trainer will walk you through the complex processes involved with compulsory purchase and compensation, identifying key stakeholders and legislation required along the way. Discuss how the claims process differs for landowners, owner-occupiers and tenants, and where your role and that of the Lands Chambers meet. Using case studies to demonstrate best practice followed by the chance to pose individual queries to an expert in the rural field, this class offers huge benefits for those new to compulsory purchase and those looking for a quick refresh.
Who Should Attend
- Estate Managers
- Rural and agricultural valuers
RICS, CAAV, ALA, CLA, NFU, TFA, Solicitors, Accountants
Web Class Pre-requisites
A basic understanding of the compulsory purchase code in England and Wales and an appreciation of farming economics is valuable.
Delegates who want to read up on this should consult the DCLG (Department of Communities and Local Government) series of 5 booklets on compulsory purchase (obtainable free of charge at: https://www.gov.uk/government/collections/compulsory-purchase-system-guidance
Part 1: 7th June 2018; Time 09.00 - 10.30 (UK Time)
- The mthn elements of the ‘compensation code’
- Authorisation procedures: Compulsory Purchase Orders, Notices of Entry, General Vesting declarations
- Surveyor’s role in preliminary work
- Nationally Significant Infrastructure Project procedure
- Accommodation works: principles and examples
- Compensation claims for landowners and owner-occupiers
- Role of the Upper Tribunal (Lands Chamber) (formerly Lands Tribunal)
Part 2: 14th June 2018; Time 09.00 - 10.30 (UK Time)
- Special position of tenant farmers
- Acquisition by termination of tenancy or Notice of Entry
- Procedures to protect entitlement to compulsory purchase compensation
- Relationship with other land owned or occupied by tenant farmers
- Formulation of a tenant farmer’s claim for compensation
- Part One Claims, Land Compensation Act 1973
- Section 10 (McCarthy) Claims, Compulsory Purchase Act 1965
The on-demand course will be a combination of structured learning points, using a Powerpoint presentation. Once you are enrolled, you have access to all course materials.
*This course will be available for 28 days from the date of purchase.
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