Posted: April 10, 2017
Burgess Hodgson, Handelsbanken, Furley Page Solicitors and Strutt & Parker are holding a Spring Property Update seminar for the property sector, ideal for Property Developers and Landlords alike.
- Mike Horne, Head of Tax at Burgess Hodgson – update on tax changes and further developments and Greg Mayne, Director of VAT and indirect tax at Burgess Hodgson – VAT update
- Andy Davies, Canterbury Branch Manager at Handelsbanken – property & banking
- Liz Brady, commercial property Partner and Simon Stempien, commercial property Solicitor at Furley Page- easements and adverse possession.
- Tim Mitford-Slade, residential development Partner at Strutt & Parker
When: Wednesday 26th April 2017
Time: 7.30am registration, finish by 10am
Where: Canterbury Cathedral Lodge
FREE OF CHARGE
How to register:
Email Rosie: firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01227454627
Below is the link to the invitation: