Electronic Communications Code: Is it working?
The powers provided by the Electronic Communications Code have much in common with compulsory purchase, in that land and rights can be taken in order to provide compelling public benefits – namely a 21st century telephone and communication network.
This conference, chaired by Barry Denyer-Green, past chairman of the CPA, and co-author of'The Electronic Communications Code and Property Law: practice and procedure' book, brings together both lawyers and surveyors to exam current problems with the Code, and to provide some answers. The conference also includes talks from some members of Falcon Chambers, namely Wayne Clark, Oliver Radley-Gardner and Toby Boncey.
The conference will examine three core themes:
The rules by which site providers can have apparatus removed to enable development to proceed;
The procedures leading to and in the Upper Tribunal (Lands Chamber); and
What does ‘Consideration’ actually mean, and how should surveyors carry out the required open market valuation.
Barry Denyer-Green Hon RICS LLM PhD, Barrister, Falcon Chambers
Wayne Clark, Barrister, Falcon Chambers
Oliver Radley-Gardner, Barrister, Falcon Chambers
Toby Boncey, Barrister, Falcon Chambers
Kate Russell BSc (Hons) MRICS FAAV, Technical and Policy Advisor, Central Association of Agricultural Valuers
Jeremy Moody, Secretary and Adviser, Central Association of Agricultural Valuers
James Dewey BSc MRICS, Director - Head of Compulsory Purchase & Compensation, Gateley Hamer
Tony Chase FRICS, Partner, Head of Compensation, Gerald Eve LLP
More details along with information on how to book can be found here
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