The RTPI EoS Chapter are proud to present in partnership with Lindsays LLP the inaugural ‘Planning Legal Discussion’ event.
The event will be jointly hosted by Susan Law a Partner in Commercial Property and Iain Penman a Partner in Dispute Resolution and Litigation of Lindsays LLP, a well-respected Scotland wide practice. Both speakers have extensive experience in regards to both Planning and Property Law with exposure to a wide range of relevant issues and topics spanning several years.
This range of experience will prove to be of great benefit for the purpose of this much anticipated event. As with all aspects of planning the legal implications are key in the way in which the wider system operates and functions, working within the legal framework is essential in regards to operating in the correct manner, be it obtaining planning permission through to implementation.
The event will take the form of two presentations followed by a Q & A session with both Susan and Iain covering key topics including Section 75 Agreements and the issues that are faced in terms of enforcement phasing, how this intertwines with missives and option agreement. Also up for discussion will be Ancillary Litigious Matters that affect planning and the wider reaching implications. This event is not to be missed and will be of interest to all of those involved in both the Planning and Legal sectors.
Speaker 1 – Susan Law, Partner in Commercial Property, Section 75 Overview
Susan is involved in all aspects of Commercial Property and Planning Law, with a particular focus on development matters. Experience has been gained in acting for both land owners and developers, allowing Susan to provide complete advice to clients on both the preferred course of action from the landowner’s perspective, as well as anticipating issues developers may have and addressing them at an early stage
Speaker 2 – Iain Penman, Partner in Dispute Resolution and Litigation, Ancillary Litigious Matters and Planning
Iain’s principal focus is his insolvency practice through which he acts for insolvency practitioners, companies and directors advising a wide variety of insolvency matters. This experience covers all aspects of formal corporate insolvency procedure to the sequestration of the estates of deceased individuals.
To book for this event, please contact the Chapter Convenor
Free for RTPI Members/ students. Non-RTPI members charge £5 towards event running costs.
Please contact Neil Gray (Chapter Convenor) firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information.