Land Construction and Property – Essential Updates and Moving Forward 2022

Overview

The land, construction, and property industries are experiencing an incredible era. The UK building regulatory system is undergoing a radical transformation, which is set to take effect in 2022. The new regulations will fundamentally change how we ensure building safety, deal with post-Brexit issues, and provide better, more sustainable buildings. On the one hand, this creates challenges; on the other hand, innovative smart solutions and advancing technology provide solutions to such problems.

Join us at the ‘Essential Updates and Moving Forward 2022' conference to stay relevant, compliant, and successful. The conference has been meticulously planned to keep you informed of upcoming regulatory shifts, new building safety, and energy efficiency requirements.

Who should attend

Builders, Surveyors, Land owners, Developers, investors, lenders and the key people in the commercial and residential sector.

Conference details

Venue

  • Fareham Innovation Centre: Merlin House, 4 Meteor Way, Lee-On-The-Solent, PO13 9FU 

Cost

  • £295 (includes lunch and refreshments)

Programme 

8.30am – Networking Lounge

9.00am – Opening Statement – Mike Punt

9.05am – UK Legal Considerations for 2022 – (30 minutes each speaker)

  • Commercial and Residential New Building Regulations – Owen Edwards
  • Building and Fire Safety Bill – Dave Dunford
  • Construction Law Update – Anthony Lavers
  • New Party Wall Regulations – Graham Dewey

11.05am – Break

11.30am – Nutrient Neutrality – what you need to know? – R Peter Cruddas (45 minutes)

12.15pm – Lunch

1.15pm – Post-Brexit 2022 – What Next for Imports, Exports and Costs?

1.45pm – Why Women? Angela Beattie

2.15pm – Surveying Practice and Innovation Using Drones – Jack Bloomfield (45 minutes)

3.00pm – Break

3.15pm – Advancing Architecture Designs – climate change challenge, sustainability and public desires – Mark Gaterill

4.00pm – Closing statement – Mike Punt (10 minutes)

How to book 

This course has already been delivered. 

To register your interest for future courses, please email cpd@port.ac.uk

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