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More than 70 people from the local business community attended a seminar recently to discuss issues, pitfalls and opportunities in the property sector, with expert advice from Burgess Hodgson, Furley Page, Strutt & Parker and Lee Evans Partnership (LEP).
The breakfast and networking event took place at the Cathedral Lodge, with guests able to discuss the issues in a lively atmosphere and also pick up valuable pointers and advice on their property issues.
Burgess Hodgson’s Greg Mayne delivered a thought-provoking talk on the VAT implications of dealing in land and property; Strutt & Parker’s Tim Mitford-Slade talk covered how to achieve your ideal world (if one exists!), while Furley Page’s Jeremy Licence provided some top legal tips relating to Promotion Agreements for developers and David Stewart, from LEP, discussed issues related to Kent’s housing land supply.
The topics engendered lively debate and the speakers were able to answer questions from the attendees, making for an excellent atmosphere and innovative seminar forum. There’ll be another seminar on property later this year: watch this space!
Join us for breakfast on Friday 24 April as we discuss issues, pitfalls and opportunities in the property sector, with experts from Burgess Hodgson, Furley Page, Strutt & Parker and Lee Evans Partnership.
Topics covered will include:
- an outline of the potential pitfalls and opportunities available to the sector, including the supply of Kent housing land for developers,
- the VAT implications of dealing in land and property,
- the legal ‘Top Tips’ relating to Promotion Agreements for developers,
- and cost savings for developers on viability and planning issues.
There are still spaces available at our next event on Thursday 26 February, from 6pm.
Join us, along with experts from the Centre for Employment, Competitiveness and Growth at the University of Kent’s Business School, and fellow business owner-managers, for an interactive evening of learning and networking.
When: Thursday 26 February
Time: 6pm – 8pm, refreshments will be provided
Where: The University of Kent’s Business School, Canterbury – free parking available (more…)