For CPD events for property professionals across the Chilterns and Thames Valley

Events

John O'Halloran Symposium (a LionHeart event)

U + I, 7a Howick Place, London SW1P 1DZ

In March 2015, John O’Halloran FRICS, the former MD of BAA Lynton, took his own life.  John’s colleagues and family, deeply shocked by the loss of a respected former colleague and father, decided to set up the inaugural John O’Halloran Symposium 2016 in his honour. The event proved to be extremely successful in raising awareness of the issue of mental health in the property industry.

APC workshop

Thame Barns Centre, Thame, Oxfordshire

Get ahead with 3CPD's APC workshop run by Vivienne Spurge FRICS of APC Success!

This half-day workshop is aimed at RICS APC candidates planning to submit their final assessment in Autumn 2017 or wishing to get a head start for submission in 2018 or later.  It is appropriate for APC candidates following all of the APC pathways, including building surveying, commercial property practice, planning and development, project management, residential survey and valuation, rural and quantity surveying.

PPN Spring Golf Day

Tandridge Golf Club, Oxted, Surrey

Tandridge's delightful course is set among mature woodland with spectacular views of the Surrey North Downs and the Kent and Sussex countryside.  Bacon roll and coffee before 18 holes in the morning, followed by 'The Tandridge Lunch', a four course carvery lunch and prize-giving.

Tandridge Golf Club is easily accessible from the M25 junction 6 with its location on the A25 near Oxted in Surrey.  For directions, visit www.tandridgegolfclub.com/Contact/LocationMap.aspx

Construction & Property Lunch Club

Savile Club, 69 Brook Street, London W1K 4ER

Anyone with an interest in construction and/or property is welcome to attend the Construction & Property Lunch Club's regular networking events. Lunches are held at the Savile Club in Mayfair.  Over 40 people attended a recent lunch.

The cost is £60.00 each (half price for first time attendees) - with a choice of hot buffet (and starters, pudding, cheese and coffee) and half a bottle of wine included.  Cash bar beforehand.

Thames Valley Chamber of Commerce Property Group (a Boyes Turner event)

Abbots House, Abbey Street, Reading RG1 3BD

Boyes Turner are hosting a meeting of the Thames Valley Chamber of Commerce Property Group on Wednesday, 15 March 2017 at 6.00pm. 

The speakers are:

  • Mark Schmull, Lichfields, Planning Consultants
    Housing White Paper - potential impacts for the Thames Valley housing market
  • Derek Ching, Boyes Turner LLP, Solicitors
    Affordable housing for small development sites
  • Philip Jay, JLL
    Business rates revaluation.

Five Counties Conference 2017

Wycombe Swan theatre, High Wycombe HP11 2XE

The Five Counties Conference 2017 took place on Wednesday, 22 February 2017 at the Wycombe Swan theatre in High Wycombe. Over 300 people attended this annual event in its 38th year.  The speakers' presentations are available to download (see below).

For those who attended, we would very much appreciate a few minutes of your time to give your feedback.  You may provide feedback by completing the online feedback form.

Five Counties Conference 2018 will be held on Wednesday, 28 February 2018 at the Wycombe Swan theatre.


"Prisoners of Geography" (an RICS Geomatics Evening Lecture)

Parliament Square, London

For something a little different, particularly if you are already in London on 26 January, why not go along to an RICS Geomatics Evening Lecture, free and open to all, 5.30pm for 6.00pm, lasting one hour.

If you can't attend, the lecture will be streamed on Facebook Live:  https://www.facebook.com/ricssurveyors/?fref=ts   

Boundary disputes - (Not) Getting on with the neighbours (a Boyes Turner event)

Boyes Turner, Abbots House, Abbey Street, Reading RG1 3BD

Boyes Turner, solicitors in the Thames Valley, are hosting a breakfast seminar entitled Boundary disputes - (Not) Getting on with the neighbours on Thursday, 26 January 2017.

The ever increasing value of property, a more rights assertive society and arguably a growing tendency not to respect a neighbour’s views, create the ideal conditions for a boundary dispute.

Such disputes might seem innocuous but they can take considerable time and money to resolve and often end up in court.