Join PSG in York for this all new CPD in conjuction with the Yorkshire Law Society covering the new Commercial Reports from Groundsure and the imminent Transparency Regulations
27 November 2018
PSG are pleased to support the Yorkshire Law Society with this brand new CPD on the 27th of November.
Start Date: Tuesday 27 November 2018
Start Time: 09:00
End Date: Tuesday 27 November 2018
End Time: 10:00
Location: Lupton Fawcett LLP, Stamford House, Piccadilly, York, YO1 9PP
<p><strong><strong><img style="float: right; margin: 19px 10px;" src="http://www.psgconnect.co.uk/uploads/images/The_yorkshire_law_society.jpg" alt="" width="250" height="77" /></strong>We are delighted to invite you to our informative 2 hour CPD, in conjuction with the Yorkshire Law Society, at the offices of Lupton Fawcett LLP in York.</strong></p>
<p>This session will take place on the 18th October from 9am and features two informative sessions designed to bring you up to speed on issues facing the industry. </p>
<p>We'll look at:</p>
<h4><strong>Transactional Tips for the Busy Conveyancer - Ian Quayle</strong></h4>
<p>This session will cover</p>
<li>Land Registration Issues – Plans and Boundaries, Notices and Restrictions, Digital Mortgages </li>
<li>Problems with Septic Tanks and Drainage Issues</li>
<li>LPG and Oil Tanks – installation ,Building Regulations , The Competent Person Scheme and secondary containment, and contamination problems </li>
<p>Ian <span>qualified as a solicitor and worked in private practice for 12 years specialising in property law matters. Since 1998 he has worked as a consultant for national housebuilders, national and international property developers in relation to all aspects of property, landlord and tenant law with a particular interest in defective title issues.</span></p>
<p>An often misunderstood and overlooked environmental risk, ground hazards, be it natural or man-made (i.e. mineral extraction) can pose a variety of risks to ground stability. This can severely affect property and land through damage, loss of quiet enjoyment and loss of value and thus impacts all parties within a property/land transaction. With a recent increase in the volume and visibility of mining-related sinkholes and resultant growing industry/public media interest, the risks can no longer be avoided.</p>
<p>Learn when, where and how mining and ground risk assessment should be used and learn more about the hidden legacy of UK mineral extraction and how interpretation of data is essential in both understanding and acting upon the potential risks the ground poses.</p>
<p>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. </p>
<p>Registration is from 8.30am.</p>
<p>To book via PSG call 01964 541357 or email<a href="mailto: firstname.lastname@example.org" target="_blank"> email@example.com</a>.</p>
<p>To book via The Yorkshire Law Society call 01904 763514, or email <a href="mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org" target="_blank">email@example.com</a>. Charges apply for non YLS members, click <a href="https://www.yorkshirelawsociety.org.uk/event?task=view_event&event_id=126" target="_blank">here</a> for more details.</p>
<p><em>Places for our CPD events are limited and are allocated on a 'first come, first served' basis, so book soon to secure your place!</em></p>
<p><em>For more information on the services provided by Lupton Fawcett Solicitors, visit their website <a href="https://www.luptonfawcett.com/" target="_blank">here</a>.</em></p>
We are delighted to invite you to our informative 1 hour CPD, in conjuction with the Yorkshire Law Society, at the offices of Lupton Fawcett LLP in York.
This session will take place on the 27th November from 9am and will provide a detailed overview of the new Groundsure Screening and Groundsure Review reports. Plus we'll look at the issue of Transparency of Fees and how Brighter Law can help you remain compliant after the 6th December deadline!
Introduction to the NEW commercial environmental search reports from Groundsure
Designed in partnership with solicitors, these new reports use clear and concise intelligent structuring throughout. The design has been greatly improved with easy navigation and guidance using plain English explanations making the findings easier to interpret, saving you and your client time. These new comprehensive solutions explore environmental risk for commercial property transactions with only relevant results returned, making for concise and easy to follow results and recommendations. The focus of this presentation will be around the environmental content, the suitability of the reports for different commercial transactions, and the process behind the solicitor led evolution of these comprehensive environmental reports.
In depth look at the new Commercial Groundsure Screening and Groundsure Review;
What has changed and why
Design and navigation
Content and data quality
Groundsure Screening; NEW full flood assessment and more
Groundsure Review; NEW full energy and transportation data and more
Overview of key features and benefits – a more advanced commercial solution
Pre and post-sales support incl. qualified environmental consultants on hand to answer any questions
Transparency of Fees and the Brighter Law Solution
From 6th December 2018, SRA and CLC regulated law firms are required to publish price and service information on their website. CILEx firms are set to follow suit in January 2019. Antony O'Hanlon from poweredbypie talks us through what the changes mean for you.
The session will cover:
The background to the new rules on transparency
The forthcoming regulatory changes
The importance of fees and service transparency within the legal provision industry
The Brighter Estimate solution
About our Speakers
Nick Treble has been a Groundsure account manager since January 2015. In this role he works closely with the conveyancing industry to provide solicitors, conveyancers and home buyers with up-to-date information on the full range of conveyancing risks, and how to identify them through data and desktop searches. His detailed knowledge comes from his training and his time spent working on the consultancy side of the Groundsure business. As a consultant he focused on the analysis of risks such as contaminated land, flooding, subsidence, HS2, London Underground (inc Crossrail), energy, planning and Japanese knotweed.
Nick is passionate about providing clients with the complete picture on risks affecting land and property transactions and an expert at interpreting the ever-improving data that is available.
Nick graduated from Brighton University with an MSc in GIS and Environmental Management and a BSc in Physical Geography.
Anthony O’Hanlon is our Training & Compliance Manager who has over 20 years experience in corporate training and 12 years in the conveyancing industry providing training for law firms.