Day 1 Detailed Programme - Land Assembly Summit 2020

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Summit Day 1 Programme

Tuesday 24 March 2020
09.30 - 16.30  Conference
18.30 - 20.30  House of Lords Drinks Reception

The conference is exclusively plenary sessions
Acquiring Land and Rights For Public Projects - Compare and Contrast with North America and Elsewhere
  • Acquisition Processes and Procedures in the UK
  • The compelling public test
  • Compulsory Purchase Orders
  • Development Consent Orders
  • Transport and Works Orders
  • Hybrid/Private Bills in Parliament
  • Compensation provisions
  • Other powers from around the globe
  • What constitutes a "public use" project? The principle in Kelo v. City of New London
  • The power of Quick Take
  • Human Rights considerations in the US and UK
  • Bailiff powers
  • How the client often has conflicting objectives when it comes to acquiring land and rights
  • How such objectives have different weighting in varying countries

    Speakers:
    Session Chair: Peter McCrea
    Surveyor Member
    Upper Tribunal (Lands Chamber) Royal Courts of Justice
    Meyric Lewis
    Barrister
    Francis Taylor Building
    Mark Gillard
    Head of Land & Property
    Head of Permits APAC
    Ørsted
    Gordon E. MacNair
    President
    MacNair Consulting Ltd;
    Former International President of IRWA

    Land Value Capture and Property Tax Burdens: The Grab of Land Value - The Good, The Bad and the Greedy
    • Various LVC schemes around the world
    • Making unviable schemes viable
    • Does LVC work?
    • Why LVC doesn't always work?
    • Strengths, weaknesses, unintended consequences
    • What are the success ingredients?
    • Who should pay for the new infrastructure?
    • Are developers and landowners already paying?
    • Is LVC fair and equitable?
    • Maximising the commercial value of the development
    • TIFF

    Speakers:
    Session Chair: Paul Sanderson
    President
    International Property Tax Institute





    Karen Hamilton
    Partner
    Brodies LLP
    Richard Harwood OBE QC
    Barrister
    39 Essex Chambers
    Fenella Collins
    Head of Planning
    Country Land and Buisness Association Limited (CLA)

    Session Chair: Rebecca Clutten
    Barrister, Francis Taylor Building
    CPA Chair
    James Pereira QC
    Barrister
    Francis Taylor Building
    Project Review: 2012 London Olympics and East London Regeneration
    • Review of London 2012
    • The remit, priorities, legacy
    • Pushing the boundaries of best practice
    • Stresses & strains and lessons to avoid on other major schemes
    • Land Assembly: How did it go?
    • Compensation: What can be done better?

    Speakers:
    Rosanna Lawes
    Executive Director of Development
    London Legacy Development Corporation
    Colin Cottage
    Senior Director
    Ardent

    Session Chair: Richard Guyatt
    Partner
    Womble Bond Dickinson
    John S. Doherty
    Partner
    Gowling WLG
    Land Acquisition and Valuation Issues from a Canadian Perspective
      • How the projects are funded and procured
      • The typical land acquisition programme
      • Working with institutional (and other types of) owners
      • Land Value Capture in action
      • The landowner's perspective - what does best practice look like?
      • What could acquiring authorities do better?
      • Lessons for the UK

                  Speakers:
                  Sandy Grigg
                  Infrastructure Real Estate Professional
                  D.A. Grigg Consulting;
                  Former International President of IRWA
                  Philip Smith
                  Executive Vice President
                  Altus Group Limited


                  Boat to the Palace of Westminster for the House of Lords Drinks Reception - Hosted by Lord Lytton

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