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Regeneration CPD – book your place today!

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20 Jul 2017
Legal CPDRecently, we have seen a significant increase in those looking to speak about regeneration within our local government contacts. Regeneration is such a wide-ranging term that can refer to anything from large scale developments in larger authorities to smaller community-based projects. 

A recent example of a large scale regeneration project is a proposal in Haringey to knock down and rebuild housing estates, generating over 6,000 new homes. These kinds of proposals are exactly the kinds of projects that local government lawyers would be working on. 

In many local government locum lawyer roles, including in the areas of contracts, property and planning, we are seeing that regeneration and development is an area that more and more lawyers are getting involved in. As such, we thought it would useful to arrange a continued professional development (CPD) event in conjunction with 7 Bedford Row on Tuesday 25th July, which incorporates all those areas. The topic of our upcoming CPD training event is the “Impact of procurement law on development/regeneration agreements and stays in procurement cases”. 

With the areas of regeneration and development being in high demand, the seminar will offer the opportunity to hear excellent presentations from industry experts. The speakers confirmed are Richard Clayton, QC and Lee Parkhill, Barrister. Richard Clayton is a highly experienced QC who has expertise in a wide range of advisory and litigation work. He will be covering the impact of procurement law on development/regeneration agreements. Lee Parkhill is an established barrister who has an excellent background in public law practice. He will be covering the area of stays in procurement cases. 

We have held a number of CPD events over the past few years and due to the popularity of these events we would recommend that you book a place as soon as possible to ensure you do not miss out on a place. The seminar will offer an opportunity to keep yourself up-to-date on any legal developments and will be a great chance to mingle and network with other industry professionals and colleagues. 
If you are looking to book a place on the CPD event, or if you are looking for a new role please do not hesitate to get in touch by emailing cpd@sellickpartnership.co.uk. Book your place

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