Thursday, 12 July 2012 00:00
The theme for our seminars is based around the hot topic this year which is the Residential Property Tribunal (RPT). We've looked back over the last 18 months and worked out what issues have been bothering our clients and a number of recurring problems which we think are worth a reminder of the basics.
We can say with confidence that sooner or later every residential park owner will get to have their day in the RPT and as much as anything these seminars are there to help you keep out of the RPT or if you have to go there to ensure that you put forward the best case possible.
Our seminars, delivered by lawyers who try cases in the RPT, will romp you through the operational pitfalls of all these issues to give you insights into the knowledge and confidence to deal with them efficiently. We will also take you through some interesting recent cases which identify key points in a practical way. We will cover topics such as:
as well as any interesting cases which arrive in our inbox between now and the seminars.
And finally we will discuss the recent and imminent changes to legislation which are being formulated as we go to press in Parliament by the DCLG Select Committee and by the Government through the recent consultation document.
Parks in Wales will not be left out as we look at the implications of the Consultation in the Welsh Assembly.
The morning seminars will take place at the following venues:
Finlake Holiday Park, Chudleigh, Newton Abbot, Devon (Monday 24 September)
Grange Estate, Church Crookham, Fleet, Hants (Fleet Caravans) (Tuesday 2 October)
Gladstone Pottery Museum, Uttoexeter Road, Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire (Wednesday 10 October)
We start with coffee at 9.15am and the seminar will begin at 9.30am. We will end with lunch at 12.45pm and there will be ample opportunity to ask your own individual questions. You will also be welcome to contact the presenters during a week or so following the event, for complimentary advice on topics dealt with.
Places will be charged at £40.00 including VAT but will be free of charge for Tozers Parklaw subscribers.
We hope you can join us.