We are delighted to invite you to our informative 2 hour CPD in Wykeham. This session is designed to support Rural and Agricultural Solicitors.
This session will take place on the 17th October from 9.30am and features two informative sessions designed to bring you up to speed on issues facing the industry.
We'll look at:
Agricultural Transactions and Rural Diversification
Stephanie Kerr and Eloise Murray from Argyll Environmental will discuss:
The environmental issues commonly associated with Agricultural land transactions.
Argyll Agricultural Reports - What’s included, how do they differ, and what makes them better than other reports.
Argyll’s Planning and Due Diligence services – What, why, when and how (Phase 1s and 2s, and FRAs).
A brief overview of Landmark’s Energy (including renewables), Infrastructure and Utilities reports.
About Stephanie Kerr
Steph has been part of the consultancy team at Argyll for almost two years.
Steph mainly focuses on the development and evolution of our flood risk and agricultural services. She also manages and delivers bespoke consultancy and planning projects within the team at Argyll. As well as this, she also plays a key role within the flood team, both writing and approving FRAs for planning.
About Eloise Murray
Eloise has been part of the consultancy team at Argyll for over three years.
Eloise has vast experience in carrying out contaminated land and flood risk assessments. Focusing her interests on contaminated land, Eloise is a qualified Environmental Auditor, inspecting operational sites and regularly assisting clients through the planning process. As well as this Eloise also heads Argyll’s portfolio services to a wide range of clients.
Understanding the Ground
Rachael Hodge from Terrafirma will look at the impact of Mineral Extraction and how it affects agricultural transactions.
Rachael will cover:
A history of Mineral Extraction in the UK and in North and East Yorkshire.
How can it impact Agricultural Property and Land.
How the Risk can be missed and at what cost.
Identifying the Risk
Which reports are available
About Rachael Hodge
Rachael is the newest addition of the team at Terrafirma. An accomplished Account Manager, Rachael has has worked in the industry for 6 years and brings with her an in-depth knowledge of the conveyancing market and considerable experience in successfully educating solicitors to the liabilities that environmental hazards pose and the benefits of Terrafirma to them in identifying and resolving any potential ground or mining liabilities within a conveyancing transaction.
Registration is from 9am.
Places for our CPD events are limited and are allocated on a 'first come, first served' basis, so book soon to secure your place!