About This Seminar
Tuesday 19 March 2024 | 08:00 - 10:30
More and more landowners and developers are entering into collaboration agreements to bring forward development and there are many different issues to consider before entering into such arrangements. Whether it is the splitting of costs, what happens if things don’t go to plan, or the mechanics of development and sales, all can be covered if careful consideration is given to the terms at the outset. We will give you some tips on how to approach collaboration. We hope you can join us for hints, tips and tricks on collaboration agreements and the documentation of equalisation from our strategic land legal team.
Following publication of the revised National Planning Policy Framework in December 2023, the Government has since sought to clarify how its new policies are to be applied, particularly around the interpretation of Paragraph 226 (concerning 4-year and 5-year housing land supply positions), amending the Planning Practice Guidance on 5th February 2024. The Marrons team will be discussing these points in detail from a planning consultancy perspective, including the regional opportunities this can generate. Our legal planning team at Shakespeare Martineau will also consider the legal perspective.
There will also be an opportunity to ask questions and discuss some of the issues affecting strategic land in particular.
We look forward to catching up with you over a delicious breakfast.
Location: Shakespeare Martineau, No. 1 Colmore Square, Birmingham, B4 6AA
Key Topics Covered
Collaboration agreements: the key points to consider when negotiating
Essential drafting points to avoid pitfalls
December 2023 National Planning Policy Framework - when and where a 4 year or 5 year supply is required, and the implications of the recently updated Planning Practice Guidance.
Who Should Attend
Land and planning directors, land buyers, planning consultants, strategic planners and surveyors
How We Can Help
Committed to understanding your commercial objectives and providing you with solutions to enhance your business, we don’t just identify problems, we solve legal issues.
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